Bhodi has been associated with Restless for many years. He has participated in both the Links and Central programs.
Bhodi’s first performance with Restless was in Intimate Space, directed by Michelle Ryan, for the 2017 Adelaide Festival.
In 2018 Bhodi joined the Youth Ensemble and performed in Creating the Spectacle for the Adelaide Film Festival.
Isi first appeared with Restless in Next of Kin in 2010. Other productions include Intimate Space (2017 Adelaide Festival) and Creating the Spectacle (2018 Adelaide Film Festival). Isi was part of the Links program for 6 years before she joined Central and then the Youth Ensemble. Isi loves to dance, act, sing and hang out with her friends.
Bella started dancing at a young age at the Norwood Ballet Centre learning ballet, tap dance and hip hop. She attended Links at Restless Dance Theatre and graduated in to the Central Workshop in 2017.
Bella participates in dance classes as a part of her curriculum at school and loves collaborating and performing with others at every opportunity she gets.
Bella was invited to join Restless Youth Ensemble in 2018 with her first performance in Creating the Spectacle for the Adelaide Film Festival.
Kathryn’s creative passion first began through music; studying in both piano and singing and eventually going on to create original music and arrangements for her and her peers. Kathryn was drawn to the story-telling elements of music, and soon found acting as a natural extension to this creativity. Kathryn has since expanded this love of performance through her four years of training at the Drama Centre at Flinders University.
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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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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.
Alex is currently in his final year of training at Flinders University Drama Centre. Throughout his training he has been 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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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.