Repertoire and Past Projects
Shatter is a full-length contemporary dance work about the British Suffragettes performed to a live orchestra.
Frankston Arts Centre 5th October 2017
Frankston Arts Centre 6th October 2017
Bunjil Place 11th April 2018
Geelong Performing Arts Centre 14th April 2018
Rosie is a young woman living through the era of the Suffrage movement in London, 1908; a movement that wanted to grant women the right to vote. After growing up with a passionate Suffragette mother, Rosie turns away from women’s rights, fearing being completely outcast by society.
As the Suffragettes gain momentum in their protests through rallies and violent acts, Rosie is pulled into the movement and sacrifices all to shatter not only her own glass ceilings, but the world’s as well.
Reviews and Articles
Short film for Headspace Frankston - 'Shelter' 2017
In August 2017 we released a short film raising awareness about mental health.
Watch the film below!
'Goodbye' - Victorian Dance Festival 2017
We created a six minute work about the idea of letting go of a person, thing, idea or old version of self.
The Nutcracker 2016
Premiered 23rd September 2016 at Frankston Arts Centre
Full-length contemporary dance Nutcracker set during WW1.