Dancenorth celebrated its 30th year in 2015. In May 2015 the company presented three incredibly diverse new works, all linked by the thread of lineage and connection to the company.
Jane Pirani ( The Hollow Man) represents the company’s origins, not only as the daughter of the late Ann Roberts who was responsible for forming the North Queensland Ballet and Dance Company which evolved into Dancenorth in 1985, but also as a former Artistic Director.
Brisbane-based choreographer Lisa Wilson (Torrent) is a former Dancenorth dancer with a successful national and international career.
Former Dancenorth dancer and current Artistic Executive, Kyle Page and newly-appointed Artistic Assistant, Amber Haines (Syncing Feeling) are both highly successful creatives in their own right, and they characterise the company‘s future.