Upper School Open Assessments
Upper School Open Assessments

Upper School Open Assessments

Talbot Theatre, Thomas Dixon Centre

Talbot Theatre, Thomas Dixon Centre

#For the very first time, our Upper School students present their mid-year assessments on stage and open to the public.

Join our Upper School (Levels 3-1) students as they present their mid-year assessments onstage in front of an audience. 

The dancers will present assessment material in classical ballet, contemporary dance, character dance, and partnering work (pas de deux and contemporary partnering techniques), which are key component of the training and development on their path to becoming professional artists.  

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Price

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Fees

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Venue
TALBOT THEATRE
THOMAS DIXON CENTRE

406 Montague Road
West End
QLD 4101


Duration

Assessments scheduled between 8am – 6pm each day.

Schedule to be released closer to the event dates.

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Upper and Lower School

This program combines ballet training with senior academic studies and is best suited to students with ballet experience, who wish to pursue a career in ballet or dance.

Lower School Mid-Year Demonstrations

Join us as our Lower School students present classwork and repertoire excerpts in the Academy’s studio theatre at Kelvin Grove.

Events

We offer a range of workshops and training events for aspiring young dancers, to improve their technique and learn from our esteemed faculty. Participation in these events is open to all!

Plan your visit

Everything you need to know about the Thomas Dixon Centre's Talbot Theatre before you visit. Make sure you're prepared so you know where to eat, park, and how to get there.

We acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we work and perform. Long before we performed on this land, it played host to the dance expression of our First Peoples. We pay our respects to their Elders — past, present and emerging — and acknowledge the valuable contribution they have made and continue to make to the cultural landscape of this country.

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