larissa mcgowan

Born in Brisbane, Larissa began training at the Queensland Dance School of Excellence, and graduated from the VCA winning the award for ‘Most Outstanding Talent’.

Larissa joined Australian Dance Theatre in 2000 and toured extensively nationally and internationally with the company for 11yrs.

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photography: Shane Reid

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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jo naumann curren

Jo is a dance graduate ACA (2008) and has worked as an independent dancer, teacher, aerialist and rehearsal assistant. Jo’s performed in The Adelaide Arts Festival, Fringe Festival and Adelaide Film Festival, as well as various commercial performances. She received funding to participate in the European Aerial Dance Festival, and National Circus Festival (2010 – 2013).

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cinzia schincariol

Cinzia is an artist and performer who has worked extensively nationally and internationally. Cinzia was part of the ArmatureLIVE (2015) live art project produced by Acess 2 Arts.

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jesse rochow

Jesse Rochow joined Restless Dance Theatre in 2009 and is involved with the company as a performer and tutor. He has performed in numerous Restless performances including Take Me There, Next of Kin and Howling Like a Wolf and was part of the education teams for the Siblings Project, Restless Central and SCOSA workshops.

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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 work Bedroom Dancing. He was one of the key performers in Sixteen one of the three films that make up Necessary Games, the award winning dance film screened at a number of national and international film festivals.

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felicity doolette

Felicity developed a great passion for dance and movement from an early age. She began classical ballet classes at the Vivienne Winter School of Ballet, and learnt the Royal Academy of Dance method. She danced there for over ten years, completing her grade examinations. During this time, Felicity performed with the South Australian Children’s Ballet Company. A highlight was dancing in the production Tall Poppies choreographed by Paul Boyd. The style of this piece inspired Felicity to further explore contemporary dance.

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india lennerth

India graduated with a Bachelor of dance performance from AC Arts in 2007. She went on to study a graduate diploma in arts management while dancing for both State opera and Opera Australia including for the Le Fura dels baus production le Grande Macabre.

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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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