Femme Fatales Of The Underworld
Australia's hottest 21 female performers just set Sydney stages on fire with the mind blowing dance production "Femme Fatales of the Underworld": A story of money, power and staying on top. The first Sydney show sold out within days, leaving no choice but to release a second show, with fans begging for more.
There is no question why this show is heating up the stage. With 8 of your favourite "So You Think You Can Dance" cast, 2 of the directors from the Psyde Project, and winners of "World of Dance NYC 2010", combining together to bring this exceptional Part 1, Trilogy performance. A show not to be missed!
Rosa has worked and toured with the cream of the crop both interstate and internationally. She has choreographed and danced for many Australian urban artists. She stars in over 15 video clips, has danced in feature films and choreographed for both SYTYCD and Xfactor.
Tiana brings a unique raw style of choreography and performance to the floor. She is renowned for bringing the WOW factor to stages and TV screens every time she is called upon to do her thing. Her impressive credentials are showing proof of her ability to bring show concepts to life and captivate her audience time and time again.
Through hard work and consistency Tiana has rightfully earnt her place as one of the lead choreographer's on channel 10's hit show "So You Think You Can Dance" and Channel 7's X Factor. Having worked with the best and taught them a thing or two, Tiana Canterbury is undoubtedly one of the most active and respected dancehall/hip hop choreographers on the Australian dance scene.
Melanie is the manager and director of "Caramell Dance Studio" and "Caramell Entertainment". With over 25 years of dance experience, Melanie's forte lies within street dance. She has studied in Australia and internationally, and is skilled in hip hop, breaking, popping, locking, krump & house dance, enchanced by her background in contemporary, classical ballet, jazz, tap and musical theatre.
Performance/choreographic work includes: Urban Music Awards Opening 2006/07, MTV Awards, the Big Day Out, Sweatfest/Ministry of Sound, Battle of the Year, Sleazeball, Corporate entertainment for Heward Packard, Apple IPod, Telstra and Adidas. Artists include Amanda Perez, Israel, Random, Selwyn, Lordz of the Fly, Maya Jupiter, Foreign Heights, Sneaky Sound System, Joseph Gatehau and Stan Walker.
Stacy was born in New Zealand and later raised in Melbourne. Stacy has been dancing for the past 8 years and is inspired by friends and family, appreciating the amount of healthy and positive influence it has on people. She moved her passion to Auckland, New Zealand where she studied, majoring in vocal and dance. From that, she gained the opportunity to tour the country performing for a year. Stacy has taught dance throughout Australia, dedicated to dance education and outreach to diverse communities. Co-director of Deja along with Pania Taku one of Australia's leading all female crews. Stacy loves everything creative and plans to bring her love of dance, performing and choregraphy to the entertainment industry.
Max has performed with Grinspoon, Simple Plan, Chingy, FiggKidd, Ricki Lee and Sam Sparro. Being trained in jazz and hip hop, she also made it to the Top 20 of the Australian "So You Think You Can Dance" in 2009. She currently teaches in studios all around Sydney.
Pania has been dancing since 2002. Her intial focus was hip hop, however she later broadened her skills to encompass many other styles including jazz and contemporary. Pania studied at Brent Street Studios fulltime with the best choregraphers and teachers in the industry. She has also travelled and trained in Los Angeles at Debbie Reynolds and a Millenium Dance Complex.
Pania is a director, choreographer and dances with Australia's top female group "Deja". In 2009, Pania was in the top 14 of "So You Think You Can Dance" season 2, solidifying her position as one of the best dancers and performers in Australia.
Ann Maree Lindfors
Ann Maree is trained in ballet, jazz, tap, music theatre and hip hop. She is a graduate student from two prestigious art schools in Sydney. Completing the fulltime courses at the Brent Street School of the Performing Arts and Urban Dance Centre. She is back and forth form Sydney to Los Angeles and today she is working as a freelance performer.
Grace Stewart studied dance at the Australian Dance Performance Institute in Queensland and was busy working as a commercial dancer and teacher before hitting our screens in the 2010 season of So You Think You Can Dance. She wowed the judges with her innovative style and classy moves. Grace continued her career as a commercial dancer and has worked on several projects with choreographers, Project Moda and Square Division including Jessica Mauboy’s “Burn” video, Jessica Mauboy’s NYE performance, Aria Awards with Cassie Davis and the Australian Grand Final with Rikki Lee. Career highlights also include dancing with Kylie Minogue on Hey Hey its Saturday and on So You Think You Can Dance with Macy Grey.
Grace also works as an assistant choreographer. She assisted Shannon Holtzapffel for the Delta Goodrem National Tour and assisted Cameron Mitchell, Travers Ross and Project Moda on So You Think You Can Dance. Grace worked as a dancer on the feature film, Happy Feet 2 with US choreographer, Wade Robson.
Sarah, aka Bindi Boo, started dancing before she could walk. She attended McDonald College of Performing Arts and has travelled abroad to learn from the best. She teaches at numerous dance studios around Sydney and works as a freelance professional dancer.
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Notes: Show times are approximate. Most tickets are for General Admission / standing room only - if you wish to book a table or a booth, please call the Red Bennies office to make a reservation on (03) 9826 2689