photography: JOSIE WERE

natalie binks-williams

Natalie Binks-Williams was one of the very earliest dancers with Restless Dance Theatre and was in several shows directed by Sally Chance including The Flight (1998) and Perfect Match (2000).

Natalie has recently returned to Restless as a member of the Senior Ensemble and took part in the 2015 performance of What’s a Nice Girl Like You Doing In a Place Like This… directed by Emma Stokes.

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photography: David Wilson

james bull

James Bull joined Restless Dance Theatre in 1999 and has performed with The Youth Ensemble in numerous productions including Proximal, the days allotted to me, Headlong 2, Starry Eyed, The Laminex Man, Sustenance, Vocabulary, Continual Unfolding of Now, Rebel Rebel, The Heart of Another is a Dark Forest and the award winning Bedroom Dancing

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photography: goodmorningbeautiful

josh campton

Joshua Campton is an actor/dancer who has recently moved to Adelaide from the Northern Territory. He is a Larrakia, Wadaman and Karajarri man from the Northern Territory and Western Australia. He also has Koorie heritage from Victoria. He has ancestors who came to Australia in the 1800’s from Ireland, China, Germany, Japan, England, the Philippines and Scotland.

 

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photography: shane reid

caroline hardy

Caroline is a singer and dancer. In her final years at school Caroline joined the Tutti Ensemble as a chorister and her first major performance with this ensemble was in Co-Opera’s Die Fledermaus. After completing her schooling she joined Tutti Arts and has performed with the group in Hobart, Sydney and country Victoria and at SA’s Bundaleer Festival. She has also participated with the Oska Bright team from the UK in film-making workshops.

 

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photography: SHANE REID

rachel high

Rachel’s performance career includes performances with D Faces of Youth Arts, Whyalla and Restless Dance Theatre including a performance of Precious at the 2000 Paralympics Arts Festival, Sydney.

In 2003 she performed with AMICI Theatre/Dance Company, London in Time Step. She joined ‘No Strings Attached Theatre of Disability in 2002…

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photography: shane reid

kym mackenzie

Kym Mackenzie joined No Strings Attached in 1999, performing in Retouched, In Your Wildest Dreams, Hidden, Catching the Juice and Trapped with Alirio Zavarce. Trapped toured to Vanuatu in 2010, and its 2011 Adelaide Fringe production won the Inaugural Graham F Smith Peace Foundation Award.

 

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photography: SAM OSTER

dana nance

Dana Nance is a dancer and visual artist. She joined the company as a workshop participant in Restless Central in 2004 and was then asked to join as a member of the Youth Ensemble. She has appeared on television and in Restless numerous productions including Sustenance, Vocabulary, Continual Unfolding of Now, Rebel Rebel, the award winning The Heart of Another is a Dark Forest and Bedroom Dancing.

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photography: SHANE REID

andrew pandos

Andrew started working with Restless Dance Theatre in 2004 as a workshop participant in Restless Central. He was invited to join the Youth Ensemble in 2005 and performed in Sustenance at the State Opera Studio and Vocabulary, a collaboration with ADT in the Space Theatre, Adelaide Festival Centre. Andrew has also performed in Rebel Rebel, The Heart of Another is a Dark Forest, and the 2010 Outstanding Achievement in Youth and Community Dance award winning show Bedroom Dancing.

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photography: Shane Reid

anastasia retallack

Anastasia Retallack has been dancing since the age of four, her original involvement with the company began through Restless Central. She was a member of Restless Dance Theatre for eight years before graduating in 2009. During her time as a member of the Youth Ensemble Anastasia performed in numerous productions including, Headlong, In The Blood, Singing with Angels, Vocabulary, the co-production between Restless Dance Theatre and Australian Dance Theatre, Safe From Harm and Bedroom Dancing.

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photography: SHANE REID

stuart scott

Stuart Scott joined Restless Dance Company in 1996 and loved every minute of it. He has performed in seven productions in that time including Precious at the Paralympic Arts Festival in Sydney in 2000.

Stuart loves performing (the bigger the audience the better). He is involved with ten-pin bowling and various social groups. Stuart’s love of life, enthusiasm and happy disposition makes him a much loved member of his family, friends and community. He is very active, likes having a go at most sports and loves watching sport especially AFL & SANFL footy which he attends on a regular basis with his family.

 

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