Angelyn Diaz is a multi – disciplines performer whose work has spanned across film, TV, and Theatre. Angelyn graduated from WAAPA with a BA Dance Honours. IN her graduating year she was nominate ‘Choreographer to Watch’ and ‘Dancer to Watch’ in Dance Australia. Angelyn was a founding member of LINK Dance Company, directed by Chrissie Parrott and founding member of Improvisational Ensemble Response, directed by Jo Pollitt. 2013 marked a return to dance performing in the Dwell Project as a support dance artist directed by Phillip Channells. Angelyn is also a member of Sprung!!! Dance Theatre, based in the Northern Rivers. Angelyn worked on the international series Power Rangers Mystic Forece, in the lead role of the Pink Power Ranger. IN 2007, Angelyn completed her first feature film performing alongside Wendy Hughes and Chris Haywood in, Project Greenlight Film, The View from Greenhaven. She has appeared in Australian Television series: All Saints, Underbelly Badness, and most recently Schapelle, directed by Khoa Do. She has collaborated with Zeal Theatre and the Powerhouse Museum on the project What’s Cooking Zoe.
Omer Backley-Astrachan was born in Israel in 1987. Omer is a Sydney based dancer and choreographer.In 2009 Omer joined ‘Kamea Dance Company’, performing in works by choreographers Tamir Ginz, Uri Ivgi & Johan Greben, Lior Lev and Eyal Nahum. In 2011 Omer joined ‘Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company 2’ and performed in the crea ons of […]
MARKO PANZIC Marko Panzic is a Creative Director, Choreographer, Producer & Dancer. In 2008 Marko hit our TV screens in the 1st series of “So You Think You Can Dance” where he was a top 20 finalist. Marko returned for the 2nd, 3rd & 4th series as a featured choreographer. Marko has worked with many […]
Sue is a multi-award-winning choreographer, educator, filmmaker and installation artist. Originally from New Zealand, Sue graduated from the Victorian College of the Arts, before becoming a founding member of Nanette Hassall’s Dance Works in Melbourne. Sue performed and choreographed with the company from 1983-88, and then continued her training in New York with such luminaries as Merce Cunningham […]
Josh Mu is an Australian-based independent contemporary dancer. His dance roots begin in breakdance and hip hop culture, and have expanded to include contemporary, ballet, circus, gymnastics, yoga and physical theatre. Mu is continually exploring potential for new movement, is fascinated by the benefits of yoga for performers, and is interested in where arts and […]
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