Space in a Suitcase
If you feel like a Tasmanian get away, check out the link to SPACE In a Suitcase!
Kelly Drummond Cawthon has designed a creative laboratory that will give participants the chance to slip behind the curtains into intimate confines with physical performers and theatre practitioners at the Tasmanian International Arts Festival.
The Dancenorth Community and Education team have extended their reach by introducing new classes to suit a variety of people in the Townsville community.
I am over the moon to have finally arrived in Townsville and get settled into my new office at Dancenorth.
This year the company will present six performance seasons including new works by myself and Amber Haines, Lisa Wilson, Alisdair Macindoe, Jane Pirani and Gavin Webber. Professor Cheryl Stock will also direct a major site-specific community work titled Twilight. We will be presenting a world premiere performance as part of the 2015 OzAsia Festival and tour throughout Queensland.
2014 New Zealand School of Dance graduate Mason Kelly will be joining us next month as the company’s inaugural apprentice.
“I am over the moon to have Mason joining the company as inaugural Dancenorth apprentice! He is an extraordinary talent and to have snapped him up at this pivotal stage in his career is incredibly exciting. I look forward to working closely with Mason over the next 12 months and watching him unlock his enormous potential.” said Dancenorth Artistic Executive, Kyle Page.
An intimate journey from Townsville to London – Michelle Ryan shares her inspiring story of dancing despite suffering from Multiple Sclerosis ….
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The School of Arts Building was alive on Saturday as hundreds of people flocked to try out our free classes and hear about what is in store for the company in 2015. Local radio 4T0 and Dancenorth ambassador, Glenn ‘Minty’ Mintern broadcast live from the building and interviewed the team increasing the excitement for the year ahead.
Listen to an interview with Michael Clarke from ABC Radio NQ and our Artistic Executive Kyle Page from this morning
This Saturday try Dancenorth’s open classes for FREE all day and be a part of the official launch of the 2015 season. Minty from 4TO will be broadcasting live all morning.
Join us for some fun from 9am to 3pm read on to view the program
Join us at 12pm this Saturday, January 31 (during the Open Classes Open Day) for the official launch of this year’s program and 30th anniversary year by founding Artistic Director, Honorary Patron, Prof Cheryl Stock with her fellow artistic advisor Bradley Chatfield. See the unveiling of a portrait of the company’s founder Ann Roberts and enjoy a special performance by Kyle Page
We welcome new Artistic Executive Kyle Page to the team this week. Kyle is thrilled to return to Dancenorth in a choreographic/ managerial role, after beginning his dancing career at the company at the age of 17. Stay tuned for many exciting performances at Dancenorth in 2015 – the company’s 30th birthday year.