The 2017 showcase presented by The Australian Ballet School was exquisite, but the 2018 showcase is even more dynamic with the addition of progressionist choreography and dance styles that steer away from the classical mainstream.
It may be a frosty night in Melbourne with temperatures peaking to a humble eight degrees, but inside the Princess Theatre, it is hot, hot, hot.
Transit Dance gives first-year contemporary students one term to bring together two choreographic works by Alice Lee Holland and Jayden Hicks, while the second years perform a sweat-producing piece by Adam Wheeler.
If you like anything steamy and sticky, mixed with a dash of seductive sweat, you will love UNDRGRND. If you are a festival-goer or perhaps a party animal, you will love UNDRGRND.
From the Mornington Peninsula coastline to Melbourne’s inner city’s Meat Market district, this youth dance company is certainly growing up fast as they premiere a triple bill of contemporary dance.
CelloPointe unites high-quality chamber music with sensible choreographies in a unique concert setting that makes music and dance blossom together.
Indefinite Dance Company proves being daring is the way to be successful as its junior cast creates a spectacle on the stage with Truth or Dare.