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photography: Shane Reid

Charlie Wilkins
Charlie joined Restless Dance in 2017 and performed in Creating the Spectacle for the 2018 Adelaide Film Festival.
Prior to this Charlie participated in the Dance program at St Johns Grammar School for 11 years and continues his dance experience with Essential Talent performance academy. He has also had the opportunity to perform at Can Dance spectaculars and various charity events.
In his spare time Charlie takes part in Circus skills classes and swims with Special Olympics.
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Chris Dyke

Chris is passionate about and dedicated to creative expression through a mix of dance, film and art. He has danced since birth and performed publicly over 30 times between 2008 and 2012 in Sydney, his place of birth.

Chris was a founding member of the First Flight Crew, a hip hop outfit performing original tracks with Aussie B-Boy Morganics at Carriageworks, Government House and the Powerhouse Museum. He was awarded a scholarship to attend the AusDance Youth Dance Festival (AYDF) in 2012 and performed in The Shades of Us. He studied painting at Sydney College of the Arts, The University of Sydney.

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Michael Hodyl

Michael has loved to dance and sing from a very young age. He joined Restless Central at the age of 21 and in 2013 he was invited in to the Youth Ensemble. Michael performed in Lorcan Hopper’s Debut 4 production of The Elements. He has also made his professional debut in a film clip for the band, The Audreys which was released in 2014.

 

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Jianna Georgiou

Jianna joined the Restless Youth Ensemble in 2006 and has since performed in Rebel RebelDebutThe Heart of Another is a Dark ForestBedroom DancingNext of KinTake Me There and Howling Like A Wolf. She collaborated with Sophie Hyde (Closer Productions) and Kat Worth on the multi award winning film, Sixteen for Necessary Games.

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Alexis Luke

Alexis recently graduated from Flinders University Drama Centre. Throughout his training he was fortunate enough to play such roles as: Stage Manager in Our Town, directed by Tiffany Lyndall-Knight;  Fyodor Kulygin in Three Sisters, directed by Tom Healey; Yosef Hultz in Other Times, directed by James Wardlaw; and Jack Worthing in The Importance of Being Earnest, directed by Genevieve Mooy. He has also worked with practitioners such as Rosalba Clemente, Roz Hervey, Catherine Fitzgerald and David Mealor.

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Michael Noble

Michael has performed with Waikerie High School in school musicals and drama productions.

Michael joined the Restless Central workshops in Term 2, 2015 and was invited to join the Youth Ensemble in Term 1, 2016.

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