Buzz Dance Theatre

Buzz Dance Theatre would like to thank the community of Western Australia for celebrating dance with us over the past 30 years.

Thank you to all the sponsors, artists, dancers, teachers and students who have supported Buzz.

We look forward to the 2015 launch of the Contemporary Dance Company of Western Australia and hope you will join us in continuing to celebrate dance for many years to come.

In January 2015, the education programs fro, Buzz Dance Theatre, and the Youth programs from STEPS Youth Dance Company, will join to form the community engagement programs of The Contemporary Dance Company of Western Australia (CDCWA).

School Bookings available now for: behind-the-veneer
Behind The Veneer
Directed by Cadi McCarthy
Dolphin Theatre, University of Westerner Australia
Thursday March 19th – 28th 2015
Student tickets $18.00

Contact Mary Wolfla on 9226 2322 or for more information.



Buzz Dance Theatre is Australia's premier dance theatre company for children and young people. Nationally awarded as a leader in our field, we make performances and lead workshops that are designed specifically to foster creativity in all its shapes and forms.

With artistic excellence at our core, the company's creative teams use contemporary dance, music, theatre, design and technology to capture the imagination of children and young people. We invite them to explore, create and play, not only as audience members but also as collaborators.

  • '... a powerful, wonderfully understanding and perhaps even understated depiction of the emotional state of a sufferer from schizophrenia.' - Ron Banks, The West Australian
  • Goodbye Jamie Boyd is quite a riveting production – a valid theatrical experience as well as a significant contribution to the public debate on mental health issues among young people. - Ron Banks, The West Australian
  • A compelling story with a beautiful resolution...Goodbye Jamie Boyd is something that should definitely be experienced. - Kaycee Graham, Teensoul
  • It tackles the sensitive subject of mental illness without resorting to cliché or excess sentimentality. Watch it and be swept into the world of Anna. - Nita Teoh, Perth Walkabout
  • Most Outstanding Dancer Rhiannon Spratling for Behind the Veneer and Shortbursts - Nina Levy

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