Friday, October 31, 2008

Trick or Treat??


Hey Everyone,
I know I still have alot to fill in about our wonderful dancing adventure in the States!! Believe me, I will!! I am waiting on all the gorgeous official pics and then I will write of the totally awe inspiring time enjoyed by all. Last week saw the return of all of our students. For many of us, we are still coming down from it all.
In the meantime, we have been busy, busy, busy with Concert Season! Dubbo Tickets go on sale at our studio, 55 Wheelers Lane, tomorrow Saturday, November 1 at 10am until 1pm. Adults are $18. Children, Pensioners $14. Cash or cheque only please.
See you at the studio or maybe some of you are there now in your sleeping bags!! Hahahahaha

Thursday, October 16, 2008


How lucky was our beautiful Gabby Gough who celebrated her 13th birthday at our first performance?? Mickey Mouse found out and surprised us at our workshop, bringing along Aladdin, Princess Jasmine, The Mad hatter and Alice to sing Happy Birthday and rave about our first dance performance.


Hey Everyone.
The USA team is slowly trickling back from our big assault on the States! My family is fresh from a glorious stay in beautiful Hawaii and daily I get text messages from our friends in various parts of the globe!! We truly had the most amazing time and it certainly exceeded my big expectations for the trip. I experienced both family and career highs and my thanks to Leesa, Gail, the team, the parents and Dance Around the World for making our dream a beautiful reality. I have so much to share and so many pictures! I will do so bit by bit but a very big thankyou to all who have supported us and encouraged us . I was so overwhelmed by the many wonderful messages of support in my Inbox. THANKYOU! It was fairly obvious all the blog fans couldn't wait for news and pictures! Thankyou- believe me ( I have lots of stories!!!) The big news is after an arduous audition process Stepping Out was chosen to lead and end the parade. Leesa and I had secretly hoped for one of the sought after positions and so to get both was just the most incredible feeling. It was also so satisfying to have Performing Arts Directors from both Universal Studios and Disneyland comment on our students professionalism, attitude, discipline, choreography, costuming and level of performance. All in all very overwhelming! A fabulous time was had by all.