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darcy carpenter

Darcy Carpenter has performed with Restless Dance Theatre in the Memory Keeper as part of the From The Ground Up Project, and the Watermark Project as part of the Australian Youth Dance Festival.

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chris dyke

He was a founding member of the First Flight Crew, an 8-piece hip hop outfit from Sydney, performing original tracks with Aussie B-Boy Morganics around Sydney, including at Carriageworks, Government House and the Powerhouse Museum. Chris attended the Accessible Arts Catalyst Masterclass workshops in Sydney 2011 and 2012, both culminated in performances at Carriageworks…

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kathryn evans

Kathryn joined the Restless Dance Theatre Youth Ensemble in 2009 having participated in workshops with Restless Central during 2008. Kathryn has always loved dancing and singing and her careful execution of movement and beautiful, expressive face makes her a unique performer.

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jenna hann

In January 2015, she moved to Adelaide to study her Bachelor of Creative Arts (Dance) at Adelaide College of the Arts. Jenna is very excited to be working with Restless Dance Theatre.

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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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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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lorcan hopper

Lorcan is a performer, co-tutor and emerging director with a learning disability. He started working with Restless in 2004 as a workshop participant and was invited to join the Youth Ensemble in 2005. Lorcan has since performed in 11 works including Vocabulary (a collaboration with Australian Dance Theatre). In April 2008 Lorcan made his professional debut with the company’s Touring Company in Safe from Harm. He also performed in multi-award winning dance film Moth, as part of the Necessary Games triptych.

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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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alice langsford

Alice Langsford is both a dancer and an occupational therapy student.

She joined Restless Dance Company in 2011, the same year she completed her Certificate IV in Commercial Dance at Gravity Dance Studios.

Alice has performed with the Restless Youth Ensemble in Debut 3 (2011) in High Voltage

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caitlin moloney

Caitlin joined the Restless Central Workshop program in 2012 and was invited to join the Youth Ensemble in 2013. She first performed in Debut 4appearing in Spirited Gardens directed by Jianna Georgiou which toured to Renmark as part of the Australian Youth Dance Festival.

 

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