Tiffany has been dancing since the age of 9 and is CSTD trained in Classical Ballet, Jazz, Tap and Contemporary and is a fully qualified and registered teacher, holding her Full Teaching Diploma in Jazz. Dance is Tiffany’s passion and enjoys sharing her love of dance with our students.
Jazz, Ballet, Tap and Contemporary teacher
Ballet, Jazz, Tap and Contemporary teacher
Miss Parker has been involved with dance since the age of 3yrs. She has trained in RAD & CSTD Syllabi and is a fully qualified and registered teacher. Miss Parker is also a Grades Examiner with the CSTD. She loves to teach and nurture her students in all dance genres and hopes all her students experience the love of dance.
Jazz, Lyrical, Contemporary and Eisteddfod teacher
Camilla first discovered her passion for dance and began her extensive training in Queensland. She then relocated to Sydney and landed her first professional job, at age 16, in Baz Luhrmann’s feature film Moulin Rouge.
Her on screen credits also include Bootmen, Happy Feet and most recently the Australian produced film Goddess.
From here, Camilla jet set on her first overseas trip and performed in ‘Encore’ at the Broadway Theatre, Tokyo Disney Sea. On her return home, Camilla made her musical theatre debut with Saturday Night Fever, and went on to perform in Hugh Jackman’s The Boy From Oz, We Will Rock You (Japan), Fame (dance captain/ensemble/Carmen understudy) and was assistant choreographer on the world premier of Doctor Zhivago. In 2013, Camilla also performed in Opera Australia’s production of Carmen.
Camilla made top 12 in the first season of So You Think You Can Dance (2008) and was ecstatic to be one of Red Foo’s dancers, for his Let’s Get Ridiculous film clip.
As an aspiring performer / choreographer, Camilla has worked extensively at both corporate and high profile events. Some of these events include performing with Ricky Martin at the NRL Grand Final 2013, performing with Kylie Minogue, in Abu Dhabi, at the Formula One 2013, performing with Flo Rida at the Logies 2012, X Factour Tour 2013, X Factor 2013, 2012 and 2011 and Australia’s Next Top Model Finale 2011.
Over the years, Camilla has choreographed six of Packemin Productions pro/am shows (Sydney); Oliver, Wizard Of Oz, Hairspray, Annie, Beauty and the Beast and Phantom Of The Opera.
Camilla choreographed the production of Dogfight at the Hayes Theatre (Sydney) in 2015, and the Schools Spectacular Opening 2014, 2015, 2017 & 2018.
Currently, Camilla continues to choreograph, for various levels of performance, throughout Australia and aspires to inspire those, who share her passion and dedication for the arts.
Bek is a Brisbane based performer, choreographer and teacher who has trained extensively in Jazz (CSTD), Tap (CSTD), Ballet (RAD) and Musical Theatre with Clarrissa Hill and Beverley Parker for over fifteen years. She has attained a Bachelor of Arts in Applied Theatre (majoring in theatre) from Griffith University in addition to completing full time training with Harvest Rain Theatre Company. Her training has led to her performing in various shows, musicals and festivals in venues such as; Brisbane Convention Centre (Dance Captain in the Arena Spectacular of CATS), Brisbane Riverstage (Lord Mayor's Christmas Carols), Brisbane Powerhouse (BOY&GIRL2, Footloose, 2High Festival), Gold Coast Arts Centre (Short+Sweet Festival), LaBoite (Dance Captain on I Just Came to Say Goodbye (Brisbane Festival), Children of War, Short+Sweet Festival, FAST Festival), Metro Arts (I Should Have Drunk More Champagne) and various shopping centres across South East Queensland. She also appears with the sketch comedy group Collective Noun in association with the HIT105 network and ABC iView. Bek loves creating new, inspiring works from her own and other peoples’ experiences.