Samantha Coleman


  Rachel Cunningham


 Charity Ng


Samantha is studying classical ballet with Samantha Leeman at the Academie Etoiles in Perth. Sam first performed with Remnant Dance in the short dance film My Grandmother’s Piano and in the site-specific dance work Eyre we go at the Joondalup Festival (WA) in 2011. Samantha begins specialist ballet training at John Curtin College of the Arts in Perth in 2013 and is excited to be performing in Katie Chown's new dance work O-Sea in Perth and Adelaide in February 2013.

Rachel is a writer and former journalist with a background in advertising, investment banking, filmmaking and healthcare management. Her broad experience has a common thread: connecting people to create or do something remarkable or groundbreaking. She likes hitting a tennis ball in the sweet spot and being surprised by great stories relayed on film.

Charity began dancing at the age of 4 and has studied a diverse range of styles of dance including ballet, contemporary, tap, jazz and Chinese cultural dances. She has completed a Bachelor of Arts in Dance at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts in Perth.


 Caroline Stevenson

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Caroline Stevenson is a professional dancer and teacher with over 30 years’ experience.  Caroline was trained at the Australian Ballet School, performing with The Dancers Company, The Australian Ballet Company and Beldere Dance Theatre. She has performed a variety of roles over these years including Spartacus, Swan Lake, Don Quioxte, Les Sylphides, Symphony in D, the Nutcracker and more.  Caroline has also taught masterclasses and workshops nationally whilst touring internationally with Remnant Dance. Caroline was a core member of Remnant Dance from early 2011-May 2014 and continues to collaborate as a dancer on a project-by-project basis. Currently, Caroline is working towards her Bachelor of Performing Arts (Practice Transition) at Edith Cowan University, Western Australia.

* Photography of Caroline Stevenson by Philip Stevenson, reprinted with permission.