Post Archive by Month: February,2018

ADPI 2017 graduates take their next steps into university

Wishing all our 2017 graduates big love and best wishes as they start their new adventures at University this year. Sophie Mather is beginning a double degree in Law and Creative Industries majoring in Entertainment Industries. Aiden Hawke has begun his Bachelor of Arts (Music Theatre) at WAAPA. Brandon Stoddart and Jackson Howe have begun their studies at Victorian College

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NIDA alumni Mark Hill to guest teach acting workshop at ADPI

Mark Hill is a graduate of NIDA (acting) BFA. Having performed professionally since the age of four, Mark appeared in the touring productions of Faust and The Wizard of Oz. Whilst attending school in Brisbane, Mark secured lead roles in children’s television series The Wayne Manifesto (ABC) and Cybergirl (Channel 10) and performed live on stage with Michael Jackson in

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Past Student Kyle Page returns to ADPI to run Contemporary workshop

Past Student and Artistic Director of DanceNorth Australia, Kyle Page is returning to ADPI to run a workshop for our students on Contemporary dance followed by a Q & A session on working in the industry. Kyle Page is an Australian director, choreographer and performer. Throughout his career he has performed in 17 countries and collaborated with renowned choreographers including

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Sarah Bakker comes to ADPI – Thanks Sarah

An amazing experience for our students yesterday participating in a workshop with Broadway and West End performer Sarah Bakker. A dance break from An American In Paris, a singing masterclass and an extremely informative mentoring session with our musical theatre hopefuls made for a truly memorable experience. Thank you Sarah!

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Guest Teacher at ADPI

Last afternoon we had a guest artist for MT dance and Jazz class. Please welcome Sarah Bakker to ADPI!!! Born and raised in Brisbane, Australia, Sarah trained in all styles of dance from the tender age of three and voice from nine years of age. Sarah’s first senior role saw her travel to Singapore to join the Corps De Ballet

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