A career in dance is certainly the road less travelled. Many young and talented dancers are ready to leap into a professional career, but do they know the slim odds before diving in? As time ticks over, the majority of dancers struggle in this vulnerable and unstable industry. Only a small percentage of dancers make it to the ‘big time,’ landing successful roles, nailing auditions and working within a professional company.
Universal Studios Singapore are looking for Singers, Dancers, Breakdancers, Stilt Walkers, Look-Alikes & Character Impersonators for their theme park resort shows. This is a great opportunity for young performers over 18 years.
It is not often that a dance production consists of only men. The testosterone, muscularity and strength needed to pull off this show come in leaps and bounds.
The Space Full Time Dance presents ‘Selfies and Zombies’ Friday 27th November, 8pm. Gasworks Theatre Albert Park, MEL. This is more than just a show. It is a social message to the world.
Are you planning a vacation soon? It might be time to pack your bags, because a ticket overseas may just be the way to becoming a better dancer. When you go on holiday, particularly in another country, you feel like you have landed on cloud nine. Your mind is clear, your shoulders are weight free, and you are ready to grab any opportunity with both hands.
“I’m so grateful for dance because it gives me a way to express exactly how I’m feeling when there are no words to describe it.” -Lucy Doherty
Dancers from Australia are travelling overseas to see if they can make it professionally in the dance industry. There is a trick to being successful; and it is not exactly a glamorous one.