Dancers Wanted - Stompin Show Call
Stompin are looking for dancers for our 2019 Major Show.
This exciting and life-changing creative and performance project is open to anyone aged 13-30, with or without prior dance or performance experience!
Come along to our Show Call and information session to find out who we are, what is involved and have a dance with us.
SUNDAY 25TH NOVEMBER
10AM - 11:30AM
THE ANNEXE THEATRE, UTAS SCHOOL OF CREATIVE ARTS, INVERESK.
This is a FREE (no cost) event to see if you'd like to dance with Stompin.
WEAR LOOSE CLOTHES FOR DANCING AND BRING A DRINK BOTTLE
* You must register your interest by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, calling 03 6334 3802 or getting in touch on Facebook (Stompin Dance) or insta (stompin.dance)
Being part of a Stompin Major Show is a rare and immersive opportunity to work alongside professional artists from across Australia, be part of a large scale professional show, meet new friends, express yourself and let your creative ideas run wild, keep active and be part of a safe, non-competitive, supportive and fun community. 2019's performance will be presented in a Major Arts Festival to be announced at the Show Call.
Join Stompin for a fun and energetic week with Tasdance's new Artistic Director! This is the perfect way to get your dance fill before the holidays. Whether you have danced with Stompin before or not this week will not only be full of contemporary technique but also an opportunity to discover, laugh and even for a few daggy dance moves.
If you are planning on joining Stompin for the 2019 Major Show this will be the first introduction to the new Company and the beginning of the process.
Monday 17th - Friday 21st of December 2018
5:30pm - 9pm each night
Free for Stompin company members, $50 for non-stompers.
197 Wellington Street
A graduate of the Victorian College of the Arts, Wheeler has performed and made work for leading companies such as Chunky Move, Lucy Guerin Inc, Tasdance, Stompin and Opera Australia. A leader in the development of dance for youth and emerging artists, he has founded various initiatives, including 2NDTOE (Melbourne), Yellow Wheel (Melbourne) and Alice Can Dance (Alice Springs). He has held key roles in festival direction at The Australian Youth Dance Festival and dance education at Transit Dance.