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.
Kelly Aykers may be a young full-time dance establishment, but these dancers show just as much maturity, dedication, and talent as its competitors.