Thanks everyone for coming!
Two sold-out shows and a very full matinee.
See you next time!
It’s all good is a new contemporary dance work about language and truth, created by 30 young dancers (8–16) working with choreographers Caitlin Mackenzie, Gabe Comerford and Chafia Brooks with Artistic Director Ruth Osborne.
||It’s all good contemporary youth dance performance
||Friday 21 October @ 7pm
Saturday 22 October @ 4pm & 7pm
||Theatre 3 (3, Repertory Lane Acton)
||The performance is approximately 50 minutes long.
Please arrive 15 minutes before showtime.
||Wheelchair accessible — please inform box office. Mobility impaired have priority for stepless seats: arrive early.
||$18 full | $14 concession | $12 under 15
(Fees apply for online and phone bookings)
62571950 or at Theatre 3 (M-F 10am-4pm)
Unallocated seating -- all seats are good.
|This annual performance project for younger dancers has a record for producing energetic, thoughtful and touching dance works. Our 2010 project Hard Yards was winner of the Australian Dance Award for community or youth dance.
Independent professional dance artists Caitlin and Chafia are originally from Canberra, and were part of our Quantum Leap ensemble; and Gabe discovered us through our On Course program for graduates.
Caitlin Mackenzie was a Quantum Leaper with QL2 from 2004. As a QUT graduate, she was in our Soft Landing program, and was a member of Link Dance Company in WA. She was in an award-winning work in Short Sweet + Dance, Sydney, and in Garry Stewart’s film Collision Course.
Chafia Brooks was in Quantum Leap in 2000, and graduated from QUT. She is an independent artist who has worked throughout Australia and overseas, with Claire Marshall, Joseph Lau, Ricky Sim and Dancers (Singapore), Rebecca Hilton, Sela Kiek and Expressions Dance Company.
Gabe Comerford is an emerging artist who has been involved with QL2’s Soft Landing and On Course projects. A QUT graduate, he has worked with Compagnié MADO in New Caledonia, Dancenorth, and Brisbane based MakeShift Dance Collective. He also made the Top 40 of So You Think You Can Dance Australia.
phone 02 6247 3103
QL2 Centre for Youth Dance is supported by the
ACT Government .
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QL2 Dance is supported by the ACT Government through its Health Promotion Grants program.
QL2's ongoing relationship with Thai dance artists is supported by the
Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade through the Australia-Thailand Institute.
MAJOR PARTNERSHIP SPONSORS
We are grateful to our patrons, who inspire young people
with their words and actions, and work to maximise our impact and visibility.
Sir William Deane AC KBE QC and Lady Deane
Professor Shirley McKechnie OAM