2007 Short Sweet + Dance Award Winners

Winners of the inaugural Short Sweet + Dance have been announced.


People's Choice Award
Katelyn Boshell for Walls of Entrapment

Judges Choice Week 1 - Outstanding Achievement In Choreography
Kay Armstrong for Different frock, same bird

Judges Choice Week 2 - Outstanding Achievement In Choreography
Phluxus Dance Collective for the machine that carries the soul
Skye Sewell, Chafia Brooks, Nerida Matthaei

Best New Talent
Eva Fernandez Adan for Pieces of Mind

Most Outstanding Female Dancer
Sarah Fiddaman from Pieces of Mind by Eva Fernandez Adan, and Unbuttoning the Skin by Paul Cordeiro

Most Outstanding Male Dancer
Marko Panzic from Journey through Love by Chantal Kerr


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Read our review of WEEK TWO»


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