MOD Full Time presents ‘Impact’
Tuesday 29 November, 2016 8pm at the Palais Theatre St Kilda, VIC.
Punchy and political, but spectacular.
Want to revive the music legends of all time? Think violence against women is wrong? Do you agree black people matter? Is Donald Trump a laughing stock? If you answered yes to all these questions, Ministry of Dance will impact your world for the better.
Sandringham College presents ‘Moulin Rouge Dance Showcase’
23rd and 24th November, 2016 7pm
Holloway Road, Sandringham VIC Australia
Adults $15, Concession $10
Can you do the Can Can like Sandringham can?
Don’t panic if you have never watched the movie or been to the Moulin Rouge in Paris. Sandringham College can transport you to the world of sequins, high kicks and splits. The stage is set with the iconic windmill soaked in a vivid red wash. The red lipstick, thigh-high fishnet stockings and ruffled skirts shout Moulin Rouge in this theatre.
Launceston College presents Rock of Ages
31 August – 03 September, 2016, 7:30pm Princess TheatreBrisbane Street, Launceston TAS 7250Impressive and hilarious. – Dance Writer
It is hard to believe a collective of teenagers can pull off a show that gives some professional shows a run for its money.
It does not matter if you are not born-and-bred rock, everyone can sing and clap to the famous tunes that has captured the world’s hearts like Bon Jovi and Whitesnake. Launceston College knocks socks off the audience at the opening night of Rock of Ages. The cast brings vibrancy and youthful hilarity into the adored musical, ensuring you walk out of the auditorium in stitches and with pulled heartstrings.
Charismatic and chewy.
This physical theatre performance encompasses all the headache and heartache of entering adulthood. A small cast of four spirited actors Vicky Bennett, Riley Pullen, Patrick Durnan-Silva and Jacqui Essing are the epitome of most young adults battling real life and first world problems.
Ministry of Dance presents ‘Moments’.
Palais Theatre, St Kilda, Melbourne. Tuesday 15th December, 8pm.
Let’s take a moment.
It is about to get simultaneously sassy and serious, here in the Palais Theatre.
Boss Dance Company presents ALPHAGasworks Arts Park, Albert Park. Friday 16th October to Saturday 17th October, 8PM.
Alpha takes to the stage fierce, hard-hitting hip hop fused with lyrical contemporary in a wolf-pack style company. Director and choreographer, Jordan Herbert is Alpha, a ferocious and visionary interpreter, sending conquering messages of love and a sense of belonging out to the world. It is clear the dancers are speaking up about the lack of support and ‘homeliness’ from Melbourne’s dance scene, and now, this innovative baby company can home some of the best talent.
Friday 25th September, ‘That’s Showbiz’, Performed by Lowdown Hokum Orchestra and Burlesque RevueVenue: The Melba Spiegeltent: 35 Jonhston St, Collingwood, VIC Australia Performance dates: 26-27 Sept, 30 sept-4 Oct. 8:30pm (60 mins)
This interactive must-see show, combining the unusual but effective stylings of the Hokum Blues Orchestra and Burlesque, is the perfect way to “spend your hour”.
The Australian Ballet Showcase 2015Arts Centre, Melbourne: 18th September, 2015.
The Australian Ballet School showcased their talent at the Arts Centre in Melbourne last Sunday evening. From the awe-inspiring ballet spectacle to the damp, confronting tales of lyrical contemporary, this performance levelled the professional scale. With a male dominated cast, the dynamics of the arrangements were a thrill to watch.