Free Lord of the Flies Dance workshop – Courthouse Youth Arts/Arts Centre Melbourne
Come Try the FREE dance workshop for males aged 12-22 years with renowned Re:Bourne UK dance company

Description

Courthouse Youth Arts and Arts Centre Melbourne are proud partners offering this opportunity to young men aged 12-22 years with an interest in dance.

It is an opportunity for young men and boys to experience dance, to explore their potential interest in dance (even if unknown beforehand) and to interact with professional dance artists and other workshop participants.

Work with experienced dance artists Holly Durrant and Kyall Shanks and artists from the renowned RE:BOURNE UK dance company.

This workshop is specifically for all levels of dance from those who have never danced to those who wish to pursue a career in dance.

For those participants who wish to further their individual experience after the workshops, they can audition to become part of the Young Ensemble as a part of the professional cast (from the UK and Australia), creating  a company of approximately 30 young men and boys for the production of Lord of the Flies presented by Arts Centre Melbourne at the State Theatre in April 2017.

For who:

Young men and boys

Age:

12 – 22

Ability:

All abilities and skill level.

Duration: 

2 hours

To register your interest or for more information contact Olivia Allen on 5224 2815 or email creative@courthouse.org.au

Is the Educational Facility private or public?

Public

Are you a registered RTO?

No

Class Capacity

30

Date and Cost

November 5 10-12noon FREE

Facilities

Contact Details

Location

Courthouse Youth Arts, Little Malop Street, Geelong, Victoria, Australia

Free Lord of the Flies Dance workshop – Courthouse Youth Arts/Arts Centre Melbourne

Courthouse Youth Arts, Little Malop Street, Geelong, Victoria, Australia

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