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Project B to host Australian Premiere Screening of Danseur (2018)


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On 29 September, the Royal Academy of Dance will host a Project B screening of Danseur (2018), a film which examines how men in ballet overcome the struggles of social bias, and features artists from major ballet companies, including James Whiteside (American Ballet Theatre) and John Lam (Boston Ballet) as well as young male dance students. The  screening is one of a series of screenings supported by the Academy also in London and in New Zealand.

Australian Male Dance Ambassador Matthew Lawrence will sit on a panel of dance experts at the Sydney screening to discuss the film and its relevance today. The panel will also feature Scott Gormley, Director and Producer of Danseur, Jake Burden founder of Ballet Brothers an independent dance organisation set up to support male dancers and Mitchell Rayner former dancer with The Australian Ballet who is currently a student on the Academy's new Professional Dancers' Postgraduate Teaching Certificate (PDPTC) programme here in Australia.

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Project B is a range of initiatives that aim to widen access to dance for boys and to encourage them to take up dance. to receive news and updates about male dance activities via email (select Project B under preferences).

Danseur (2018) is produced in partnership with NuArts Foundation, a non-profit organisation committed to extending the dreams of young men in ballet. 


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This Australian screening of Danseur (2018) is supported by sponsor Bloch and Media Partner Dance Australia Magazine

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