Sunday, 3rd June 2018 has been another great day for TIDC students shining at the ATOD Scholarship and all qualifying for the Nationals in Melbourne 😀. ATOD are leaders in the field of dance education. With the highest integrity ATOD deliver quality, innovative training systems and services. They inspire and provide opportunities for the dance community to achieve their full artistic potential. To learn more about ATID, click here.
Wow, what a week(end) it has been for so many TIDC performing arts studio students! While the troupes were competing at the Destiny Star, most of our soloists were competing at the Rainbow Dance. There were many happy faces all round and as usual – our students had fun, fun, fun. There were also few trophies and awards to mention.
At Rainbow competitions, TIDC has featured 2nd, 5th, 7th, 9th and 10th for the Top Stars of Tomorrow Solo 8 & Under; 5th in Top Stars of Tomorrow Solo 12 – 14; 1st and 2nd in Top Stars of Tomorrow Duet/Trio 8 & Under. We had 2 finalists in Stars of Tomorrow Petite Ultimate Dancer, one finalist for the Stars of Tomorrow Junior Ultimate Dancer, and for Stars of Tomorrow Teen Ultimate Dancer. A number of students were invited for a Workshop in New York for their high scores. A coupe of students were called for their Outstanding Performance in Solo 8 & Under, one in the Solo 9 – 11 category and all of the awards for the Outstanding Performance for Duet/Trio 8 & Under went to TIDC Performing Arts Studio! And a couple of performance in the Duet/Trio 9 – 11 category went to TIDC Students. Finally a few special awards were received by TIDC students, such as the Mascot awards and the the Most Photogenic award.
CHOOKAS to all those involved in Suessical over the next few days.
Also head down to the Maritime Museum and watch Miss Holly Fennell in Shipwrecked.
We also had another great workshop with Dorothy and then a meet and greet with The Lion and Scarecrow from Wizard.
TIDC Students have also just finished performing in Madagascar and Hairspray, but it’s not too late to catch Sideshow.
TIDC students and teachers shining everywhere in these ‘holidays’ of the Term 1 2018.
Australian Ballet School, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Madagascar, Suessical, Sideshow, Legally Blonde, Shopping Centre performances. Hard to keep up with all this talent 😀
Just a few sneak pics with more to come.
CONGRATULATIONS to Holly Abbott for winning Best Youth Female Performer at the TASA Awards tonight for her role as Annie in NLTC.
Holly is the third TIDC Youth Performer to win theatre awards over the last few years.
Proud teachers at TIDC.