Zoe considers herself a very strong person, and it is contagiously empowering how much she trusts her instincts. Even with such a diagnosis, she knew: “I can do whatever I have to do, it is all part of my healing.”
DanceStruck studio student Mia Hayward, 13, has won the first major heat at Jump Dance Challenge for her age group.
Dance Directory hosted its first competition Melbourne Dance Championships with Backstage Dance Academy’s Tahlia Gerosa taking out first place in the 13 to 14-year-old section.
From the Tony Award winning minds of Jeff Whitty (Avenue Q) and Lin-Manuel Miranda (Hamilton), comes a hilarious, high-energy spectacle. David Venn, in association with Stage Masters, presents the Australian professional premiere of BRING IT ON THE MUSICAL! This cheerleading spectacular hits Melbourne audiences between June 7-16 at The Athenaeum Theatre. Dance Writer chats to the principal cast member Nadia who plays Campbell. [caption id="attachment_2497" align="alignleft" width="426"] Nadia Komazec who plays Campbell in Bring It On! Photo: supplied by Fuller PR.[/caption] DW: You play the lead role in Bring It On The
Australian Commonwealth Games gold and silver medallist Georgia Sheehan reveals how she and her diving partner Esther Qin defied strong winds to claim gold in the synchronised 3m springboard event and a silver in the individual 1m springboard event.
It has been a tough five years for artistic gymnast Alexandra Eade both physically and mentally, but at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, her struggles turned to gold.
Are you an Australian dancer living day to day not knowing when your next gig will be? Are you spending your rent on headshots and showreels? Are you sick of the title ‘unemployed’? Founder of Created Media and Dance Immersive Down Under, as well as Nine presenter of Open Homes Australia Bessie Kay, reveals a marketing solution to these problems.
Being a dance studio owner can be a huge financial struggle and ultimately soul-destroying. Ahead of the pack is Backstage Dance Academy—one of the most prestigious dance studios in Melbourne. The leading lady turning the wheels of this business Jessica Solomon explains what makes her studio tick.
Former professional dancer Zac Jones has combined his research of dance, Pilates, martial arts and somatic therapy to create a new conditioning approach using bands to suspend the body.