Mid Year Concert 2021; Live Love Dance!

Students had been working hard all semester towards their mid year concert to have a spanner thrown in the works and a lockdown hit us 5 days prior to our scheduled concert date. We pushed on and continued our classes at home on Zoom as the lockdown was due to lift the morning of concert day. Sadly even though the lockdown was lifted the restrictions still meant we were not able to hold our concert on Sat 3rd July and were forced to reschedule.

Going in to school holidays this meant students had to keep practicing at home and weren’t able to have a final practice together before going on stage but you never would have picked it watching how well they performed. After 2 weeks break we were able to hit the stage on Sun 18th July at John Curtin Theatre. We are so proud of all the students who smashed it on stage after a 2 week break and some classes having to adapt their routines due to a few students being unable to make the rescheduled performance date. It really shows how committed and passionate our Showtime HMS students are.

Congratulations to the students who received achievement awards below:

Junior Concert Awards: Riyansh G, Ehmupoh H, Gabrielle C, Ruben L, Cheliese R, Grace M, Fiona B, Paige M, Hollie B, Ruby P, Bayleigh B & Mia H.

Senior Concert Awards: Lily M, Cassandra D, Ella-blu S, Arianna D, Dylan R, Dakoda D, Jocelyn D, Melisha M, Bernice B, Isabelle P, Tahlia C, Ashleigh H, Elliana A, Ava H, Hayley D & Sophie S.

Also to our “Performer of the night” awards which went to Grace in the junior concert and Tylah in the senior concert.

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We are DANCING FOR SICK KIDS

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We are taking part in Dance for Sick Kids and we want you to join us!

Dance for Sick Kids (DFSK) is a 7-day dance challenge that raises vital funds for Ronald McDonald House Charities – this exciting new fundraiser is designed especially for the dance community, that’s us!

Over 60,000 families with a seriously ill or injured child rely on Ronald McDonald House Charities in Australia each year – and they need our help! We think it’s important to support people when they’re in need and this is our opportunity.

When is it? DFSK is held during National Families Week, 15-21 May but you can start making a difference today! Click here to register right now.

What’s the challenge? That’s the best part – you choose! Take on the challenge to dance 30mins, 60mins or 120 minutes each day! Your dance minutes in studio count towards your goal!

Join our team by following this link: https://www.danceforsickkids.com/join/showtimehmsperformingarts

By joining DFSK, you will have the opportunity to learn from some of the biggest and best Australian and international choreographers. That’s right, each day of challenge week new workshops will be released to suit all styles and skill levels!

Some of the choreographers include Marko Panzic, Thomas Lacey, Karli Dinardo and more! You can see the full list here: danceforsickkids.com/workshops

What an amazing opportunity to learn new skills AND make a difference for sick kids! And that's not everything, as you fundraise you will receive exclusive rewards! Join our team to ensure you don’t miss out!

 

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We hope you will dance to make difference with us.

End of Year Concert; 2020 A Year to Remember

After a year of setbacks, disappointments, and bumps in the road we finally made it to the end of the year! After having to cancel our mid-year concert our staff and students were more than excited to hold our end of year concert and commemorate a tough but triumphant year for us all.

Both our Junior and Senior concerts were held at John Curtin Theatre in Fremantle where friends and family came to watch our students showcase their hard work from throughout the year. Everyone performed exceptionally well, and we are more than proud of their efforts at the annual event. All our classes and exam classes performed routines forming a concert to remember not only how challenging this year has been but also to show the resilience and strength we gained to overcome it.

We had numerous award winners including our 2020 Student of the Year, Isabelle Portier. Isabelle is an extremely dedicated and hard-working student and her efforts this year in her dance training proves her especially worthy of this award! Congratulations Isabelle!

Junior Concert Awards: Fiona B, Adeline D, Emma F, Amarli D, Imogen L, Emily R, Charlotte B, Hteemoowah H, Tanika B, Mia M, Ruby P, Veronica T & Bree N.
Performer of the Night: Mia Marenic.

Senior Concert Awards: Ashleigh H, Amito M, Shelby C, Darshini R, Nivrithi A, Miranda R, Ciara T, Kiara D, Liliana A, Olivia P, Tasia T, Braydee A, Chelsea M, Izzabella C, Amalee C, Dixie W & Chloe A.
Performer of the Night: Izzabella Couch.

Student of the Year: Isabelle Portier.

Professional stage photo's can be viewed and ordered via the below links:
Junior professional photos
Senior professional photos
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Champion Lakes Christmas Party

In December, our students received the opportunity to perform for our local community at a Christmas Party at Champion Lakes. The locals loved our performers as much as our students loved dancing amongst them in a joyous family event. Our Jazz exam 2, jazz exam 3, beginner hip hop and pre-primary jazz classes all performed beautifully with smiles all around! Well done to all those who participated!

Winner of the Corporate Live Wire WA Prestige Award “Dance Class Service of the Year”

Showtime HMS was extremely proud to accept the Corporate Live Wire WA Prestige Award as the Dance Class Service of the Year this November! The award is given out amongst other regional awards to recognise businesses that are extremely successful and hard working on a local level. We are honoured to receive this award and to be recognised as being a dedicated and inclusive business for children and their families.

Show Struck Dance Quest

In recognition of the inability of our students to compete in many competitions during 2020 Showtime HMS and Star Struck Dance Studio formed a private dance competition for both studios’ students. Students competed using their own choreography in front of family and friends at the Armadale Town Hall. We saw some amazing routines filled with creativity and entertaining performances from both studios. We are very proud of all students who got up there and showed us their love for dance with the results they achieved.

Some of our students from Showtime were selected from their impressive performances to showcase their routines at our annual end of year concert.

Junior concert selected routines:

  • Havana and Isabelle Jazz Duo
  • Braydee Audrain Contemporary Solo
  • Leah Booth Jazz Solo
  • Hteemoowah Hansen Hip Hop Solo

Senior concert selected routines:

  • Hayley Dorrington Contemporary Solo
  • Nivrithi Arun Hip Hop Solo
  • The Portier Family Trio

SDA Competition

This year the State Dance Association introduced a new competition for dancers all over Australia enabling them to submit videos of their routines in order to compete. We then all logged in to Zoom at the same time to watch all the other competitors and see the judges decision. Students spent time in the studio rehearsing and filming their routines with upmost professionalism. Our competitors made us extremely proud with their efforts in this new experience and achieved magnificent results!

Results:

Havana and Isabelle: Jazz duo, 1st Place

Braydee Audrain: Contemporary solo, 3rd Place

Havana Diaz: Contemporary solo, Honourable Mention

Isabelle Portier: Jazz solo, Honourable Mention