Chaos Project 2019 – POWER

Featured

POWER – Theatre 3 Acton

Fri 18 Oct 6pm and Sat 19 Oct 3pm & 6pm

“What is power? Who has it? Who abuses it? Youth power, girl power, people power… together we are stronger. The power to make changes to our own lives, to our own destiny.”

New contemporary dance work by Artistic Director Ruth Osborne and choreographers Steve Gow, Olivia Fyfe and Alana Stenning in collaboration with dancers.

Tickets: 6257 1950 or canberrarep.org.au

QL2-Dance_Chaos-Project-2019_Power_A3-Poster.png

“On Course” 2019: choreographic project for tertiary dance students

 

Application form at the end of this page

On Course is a choreographers’ project for tertiary students: to develop your artistic voice, leadership, and audience relationship. You get an opportunity to develop a short work, with two public performances.  QL2 Dance will support you: by timetabling choreographers, dancers, time, rehearsal space and performance venue; with production and marketing; and by challenging and guiding you. On Course is for students at university or university-level courses (including equivalent courses overseas, and NAISDA). You can be in any year. A panel will select the participating choreographers from the applications received.

On Course is a great opportunity to break out of the constraints of study, to work in a non-assessed, critical but supportive environment. You can develop and test choreographic and theatrical ideas and processes; and work with dancers and choreographers from around Australia to build your dance network. Continue reading

Hot to Trot 2019: choreographer & dancer application

Please read this first!

‘Hot to Trot’ is a mentored project for young choreographers and dancers, giving you an opportunity to choreograph or dance in a short work with support in all aspects of the application process and choreographic process. It is an invaluable experience to develop as a dance-maker and/or performer. You will not only receive mentoring support, but also publicity, administrative support, and rehearsal and performance venues.

This project is open only to dancers that were in ‘Filling the Space’, and those in the QL2 Pre-Tertiary and Senior Programs.

Continue reading

2019 Dance Training Programs: excellence in dance for young people

Want to enrol? –  Call us on 02 6247 3103 or email admin@ql2.org.au.

We have Training Programs with regular classes for junior (8+) through to pre-professional dancers. They prepare you for other programs at QL2, and for tertiary level courses. Prices, paid per term for the whole program, start at $15 per class, with big discounts as you do more making it less than $7.50 per hour for the highest program. Each program has a set schedule, from one to six classes per week. Program details, frequently asked questions and information about our teachers below.

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

Programs

Click on a program below to see more.

Continue reading

Audition Workshop – Chaos Project 2019 – POWER – 18 August

Performances 18-19 October 2019

An awesome opportunity for young dancers (8–18) to work with great choreographers, contribute ideas and perform in a new show!

PowerWhat is power? Who has it? Who abuses it? Youth power, girl power, people power… together we are stronger. The power to make changes to our own lives, to our own destiny.

Choreographers: QL2 Alumni and teachers and Australian Dance Party members Steve Gow, Olivia Fyfe and Alana Stenning.

Performances Friday 18 October 11am, 1pm & 6pm and Saturday 19 October 3pm & 6pm atTheatre 3, Acton. Suitable for families, primary & secondary students.

Rehearsals on Sunday 8, 15, 22 Sept, intensive during October school holidays.

Continue reading

FILLING THE SPACE – Quantum Leap at the Playhouse Season – 8-10 August 2019

Filling the Space_A2 Poster_V1 smaller

In FILLING THE SPACE, the Quantum Leap Ensemble explores the dynamic relationship of body and architecture. It breaks open the frames and borders that guide our movement in and out of space/s and playfully manipulates our emotional relationship to them. The theatre stage becomes a world of potential, of space filling and emptying, of new cosmic dances.

Directed by Artistic Director Ruth Osborne and Acting Artistic Director Steve Gow the dancers have worked with celebrated choreographers and QL2 Alumni James Batchelor and Eliza Sanders and Artistic Director Ruth Osborne.

Bookings at Canberra Theatre Centre or 6275 2700