Featured on Lifetime Television’s Hit Show “Dance Moms”
Jessa and Brooke won Full Year Scholarships at the Shock Convention in PGH. Next up was NUVO – this amazing convention was optional for Team ALDC but, our dancers certainly stood out in a big way when it came time to award the Scholarships; Sarah was selected as the Mini Break Out Artist R-up, Brooke, Haley, Jessa, and Jessica were Stand Out Scholarship Recipients, and Kylie was awarded the Die Hard Dancer Scholarship. In addition, members of the ALDC performed for Christmas Shoppers at the Mall, Took A Master Class from our Alum, Mr. John Michael Fiumara – who just finished the National Tour of Broadway’s Matlida, and Lucy Lokay shot a commercial! Sleigh bells ring, are you listening to Mack Z’s new single?
REBECCA DAVIES is constantly in high demand world-wide for her life-changing seminars which transform dancers’techniques in a matter of minutes. Her seminars focus on conditioning for dancers. She is passionate about helping young dancers to look after their physiques and find their strengths and limitations at an early age to improve and enhance them. She believes that class and training should always be fun, setting up a lifelong enjoyment for fitness, and does this by mixing her high intensity strength and flexibility exercises with humour and fun. Students leave her class feeling inspired, confident and armed with the tools to learn about their dancer’s body and accelerate their journey to being the best dancer they can be.
Rebecca holds a Masters of Teaching degree and Arts degree with the University of Sydney and has over 20 years experience teaching dance. Having owned a studio in Sydney for 13 years she has trained 7 cast members of Billy Elliot, including the feature role of Billy Elliot, the Lion king (2 young Simbas), lead child performers in Mary Poppins, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and Strictly Ballroom the musical. Dancers trained under Rebecca can be seen currently in every major musical playing in Australia including Wicked, Legally Blonde, West Side Story and Dirty Dancing the musical,. Her students have also been featured in the Australia dance classic movie Razzle Dazzle, TV series Dance Academy, ABC TV as warm up entertainment and have worked in productions with Opera Australia and are company members with The Australian Ballet, Bolshoi Ballet, the Royal Ballet, the National Ballet of Canada as well as countless stage and television appearances.
Rebecca Davies’“RADAR SEMINARS”have visited every major city in Australia, New Zealand, USA in 14 different cities and will be heading to the UK in August and Nov of 2016.
Ashleigh Ross is a young Actress and Dancer from Sydney, Australia. Ashleigh has starred as the lead child role in two Major musicals, Cameron Mackintosh & DISNEY’S Mary Poppins and Tim Lawson’s Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. She has also been featured as a recurring guest star on multiple Australian and internationally known television series, commercials and magazine spreads. A gifted dancer, Ashleigh has been personally coached by Rebecca Davies and has been touring Nationally and Internationally as her assistant for over 2 years. Ashleigh also trains weekdays at Brent Street Studios and usually travels on weekends to assist at workshops and events.
Dear Miss Abby
Thank you for giving me this opportunity.
I will definitely come again in September and I will work very hard to improve on my performance and technique. Again thank you for this fantastic opportunity. Please thank the girls also for being so friendly and supportive and helping out with our group dance. You are an inspiration for me! – Thank you for coming to Australia.
Lots of love xoxoxo
Dear Miss Abby
I loved hearing the whole personal story about you & ALDC. You are an inspiring teacher whom I would love learn more from. Could you please put me on your email list for teachers so I can attend any workshops you may offer when you return to Australia.
Congratulations to you and your beautiful ALDC girls for giving my daughter (and myself) an incredible experience that will inspire her to keep striving for excellence.
All the very best