Don Quixote - What a night!

A fabulous night at the Darwin Entertainment Centre as our young dancers took to the stage performing Don Quixote's final night for 2018. The energy and the love of dance certainly took over the theatre. The audience loved clapping in time with the music making a thrilling end to the performance. Jack was surprised by his Mum and two brothers flying to Darwin for the show. The Administrator of the Northern Territory was ushered onto the stage after the curtain went down with congratulations all round. Photographs were taken as the Administrator and her staff chattered to the cast about how much they loved the performance and Congratulations everyone - outstanding. I will update with phot

Rehearsals - very tired dancers!

The excitement of travelling to Darwin and the beautiful warm weather has worn off. After continuous classes and rehearsal sessions the dancers are enjoying a short rest, most of them asleep. Rehearsals begin again soon and we bump into the theatre tomorrow. Don Quixote looking good with the last of the cast arriving tomorrow.

On Tour - Duprada Dance Company

This is a busy time for the Company as final preparations are being put in place for our 2018 Performance Tour. Don Quixote is being performed at the Darwin Entertainment Centre in Darwin on Saturday 23rd June, 2018. An exciting and challenging time for the dancers who are currently rehearsing 1200 kilometres away from each other. The Company will travel to Darwin next Monday where the dancers will spend 5 days together in class and rehearsals preparing for 'Don Quixote Darwin'

Hats Off!

It was an amazing Saturday and 'Hats Off' to our young dancers. Here is a descriptive picture of our Saturday 26th May, 2018. - Our dancers who work in the Premium Pete Market needed every skill to manage without any eftpos machines madly explaining to people what their options were taking names and phone details and generally being helpful. Some were teaching ballet and managing the desk selling 'High Tea' tickets, again no eftpos. Next stop, preparations for our 'High Tea' the men did all the heavy lifting and the ladies decorated, cleaned, set tables and provided food, teapots and tea cups. They quickly began serving our 'High Tea' guests. Eventually at 5.30 they quickly ate left ove