Click the link below to download the new Melbourne Dance Centre Part Time Dance and Performing Arts program prospectus for 2020. Melbourne Dance Centre offers some amazing youth programs including the DanceArts United associate scholarship […]
Well done to everyone who auditioned for our end of year performance piece ALICE IN WONDERLAND. We had the best turnout we have ever had for a DanceArts audition and the standard on display always manages to shock and impress us. It’s telling that it has taken us so long to finalise this cast. In fact the entire show structure originally intended has had to be adjusted due to the impressive nature of the auditions. Well done!
And finally the cast announcement:
When I found out the mid year show was going to be set in the fifties I was really excited. I was really looking forward to wearing fifties clothes and doing fifties style dances as they are generally very upbeat and fun to perform.
On the day of the Tom Kipper audition I was surprisingly nervous. It was held in the studio with Daniel and Alfie on the panel, but it felt very official. Everyone looked their best and it was fun walking around the studio in my audition clothes and high heels.
2010 has been a big year in performance for us at DanceArts United and our CURTAINS UP performance is set to be massive. Not only have the students exceeded all our expectations with amazing performance runs in the studio, but the overall attitude within the school has never been better or more enriching.
I would like to make an extra special mention to the parents and students who have sacrificed their time in creating the magnificent costumes you see on the stage. This year, more than any other, the costumes are absolutely phenomenal. I would like to make a special mention of Anne McMillan, Nancy Waqairatu, Irene Taylor, Carmena Attard, Fiona Figliomeni, Naoko Salgadoe, Ellie Prodanovic, Jenny Theologidis, Jacqui Hourigan, Susie Close and Heidi Haifa and all other parents who have made a contribution. You have all done an unbelievable job and we as a school can not thank you enough.