Narelle has danced with Australian Dance Theatre, Chunky Move, Bangarra Dance Theatre, Wendy Houston, Douglas Wright, Julie Anne Long, Meryl Tankard, Sue Healey, Dean Walsh, Tess de Quincy amongst others. Narelle has choreographed works for The One Extra Company, Theatre of Image, The Sydney Dance Company, Australian Ballet, Figment for The Sydney Festival Opera House. “In Glass”, Spring Dance Festival , Opera house, and Dance Massive.
In Glass won an Australian Dance Award in 2011 for Independent Dance. FORSEEN, with Francis Rings. KAAL, with performers, Anandavalli, and singer Parvathy Baul at Campbelltown Arts Center and Bangalore India in 2016. Narelle’s last full length work, Hiding In Plain Sight, at Performance Space Carriage Works, with performers Kristina Chan and Sara Black, won outstanding Achievement in choreography at the 2015 Australian Dance Awards.
Narelle received The Australia Council for the Arts dance fellowship for 2014/15. Narelle is currently working on a new piece Cella with performer Paul White that will premiere in Stuttgart in July 2017.
Originally from Germany, is a Sydney-based choreographer and dancer. He started out as solo artist, acclaimed for his full-length solos fusing idiosyncratic movement and intimate storytelling. In recent years, Martin has also built a strong reputation as creator of group works and solos for others including Champions (2017), Slow Dances For Fast Times (2013) and Mountains Never Meet (2011). His Helpmann Award-winning Anatomy of an Afternoon, which premiered at the Sydney Opera House in the 2012 Sydney Festival, was presented with great success at Southbank Centre London in 2014. Martin's work has toured nationally in Australia and internationally to the UK, Japan and Brazil. Martin is a recipient of the 2015 Sidney Myer Creative Fellowships.
Linda has been a dancer and performance maker for more than 20 years. Her work aims to deepen sensitivity and excavate the subtle undercurrents we experience in relationship to self, each other and the external environment. Since 2004 Linda has been a core ensemble member with Sydney based dance company De Quincey Co. http://www.dequinceyco.net.au. Recent De Quincey Co productions include Inner Garden, Sydney College of the Arts  and and Box of Birds, Performance Space (2013). Linda most recently performed in Victoria Hunt’s Tangi Wai, Performance Space, 2015 Linda has created several solo performances including Still Point Turning, which toured in 2014 to Melbourne Festival, Parramatta Riverside Theatre (Sydney) and Wagga Wagga Art Gallery (NSW); Thirteen: Reflections on Teenage Homelessness for Performance Space’s LiveWorks Festival ; and Borderlines for Dancehouse, Melb, Campbelltown Arts Centre and Performance Space . Linda has made a number of dance-on-screen projects including Double Landscape, a 2 screen video installation for Bundanon’s Site Works Festival (2016). She also works with marginalized communities in an ongoing project titled the DANCE DIARIES SERIES, exploring dance processes and ideas about home. DANCE DIARIES has been commissioned by Powerhouse Youth Theatre (2016), ReadyMade Works (2016), the Cad Factory (2012) and Campbelltown Arts Centre (2010). Linda currently teaches movement and directs productions for the BA Performance degree at Wollongong University. Linda is an Associate Artist of ReadyMade Works.