Enter an imaginary world full of fun.
Colourful children’s blocks dance and play. You can too!
Sibu International Dance Festival 2016
Thank you from the bottom of our hearts. Out of No Thing, Pozible Campaign.
Our work Out of No Thing, redeveloped traveled to Malaysia for the Sibu International Dance Festival in September 2016.
We would really appreciate your support.
We are so grateful to these wonderful people for their support of our tour to Malaysia. Rachael Gordon, Dianne Brassington, Suzannah Griffith, Angela Pamic, Douglas Schofield, Adam Wheeler, Hiroki Koba, Sarah and Danial Winkler, Carla Smith, Stephanie Lake, Montserrat, Isabelle Beauvard, Oliver Savariego, Emina Ashman, Deborah Wayne Leiser-Moore, Larissa O’Brien, Christian Taylor, Claire & Terry Carmichael, Lauren Karas, Angus Attwood, Jill Parker-Hill, Nicole Ryan (Westpoint Ballet Academy), Rose Clynes, Robert McCredie, Jenny Savariego, Paul Schembri, Hollie Knowles, Benjamin Carmichael & Tanya King-Carmichael, Marilyn Bunting, Kym Perkins, Lee Pemberton AD of Fling Physical Theatre, Helen Tope, Lydia Mcglinchey, Jessica Matheson, Kym King, Catherine Underhill, Hanna Koerbin, Michelle Bucci, Jessye K, Caitlin Dear, Hadi Kazemi, Dancentre Bayside and our wonderful anonymous supporters. THANK YOU.
SEE OUR latest show reel: still in development HERE
In the planning stages and searching for two professional female performers with physical theatre experience (either/and: dance, acting, puppetry, circus skills are beneficial).
(either/and: dance, acting, puppetry, circus skills are beneficial). More info…
About Rochelle Carmichael (Liquid Skin), is an independent artist who has been creating physical theatre & contemporary dance performances for over 20 years. Based in Melbourne Rochelle is well known for making eclectic and original performance works.
“I don’t think of choreographer Rochelle Carmichael as a fringe artist. She has been diligently making dances for close to two decades, but often under the radar. Perhaps this is because the style of her work sits outside the fashionable Melbourne post-modern/highly conceptual/self-referential style.” Stephanie Glickman.