SIMULCAST

Photo: Pippa Samaya
Photo: Pippa Samaya

CALL OUT FOR VOLUNTEERS – DANCERS. CLOSING SOON!

BE PART OF DANCE MASSIVE 2019

Seeking 400 Victorian dancers of all ages to be the heart and soul of an epic outdoor performance. As one of the 400, you will:

  • Be a vital part of an incredible, mass outdoor performance
  • Meet and dance with new people Work with professional choreographers from Chunky Move, Tasdance and Yellow Wheel
  • Be at least 8 years old (please note there is no maximum age!)

What’s involved:

  • Learning, rehearsing and performing simple dance movements and sequences as part of a 10-minute choreography
  • Working as part of a team

Commitment (see registration form for further details):

  • 7 x three-hour rehearsals on either Saturdays or Sundays – mornings or afternoons – in February and March 2019 at various locations (TBC)
  • Dress rehearsal Saturday 23 March (location TBC)
  • Performance Sunday 24 March (location TBC)

All you need to do is register!

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January

This special development program will provide a handful of selected young artists with a unique opportunity to gain experience training and working within a small professional dance company.

July

So successful has been the premiere season of Muriel’s Wedding The Musical in Sydney that the producers have already announced it will return in July, 2019, at the Sydney Lyric, with tickets to go on sale from February 20, 2018.

The best Operetta ever written, Directed and Choreographed by ROBERT RAY with Gilbert & Sullivan Opera Victoria.

Launching this year, Future Makers is Dance Makers Collective’s Youth Dance Company for creative young dance artists aged 15-24 years.

Joseph Simons brings his exciting new performance to Brisbane Powerhouse from Wed 31 July, 100 Years Of The History Of Dance As Told By One Man In 60 Minutes With An Energetic Group Finale.

August

SDC is bringing it's 50th anniversary triple bill to Adelaide.

The Inaugural International Youth Ballet Gala will feature seven of the finest semi-professional male youth dancers from world-class ballet schools in Europe and the United Kingdom,

There's plenty of dance on offer in Sydney's first ever 'urban' folk festival.