The Galloway Theatre, named after WTS founder Keith Galloway, offers a safe creative space for producers, writers, directors and actors to showcase their work to a wider theatre audience. Offering an intimate and multi-configured theatre experience, The Galloway Theatre actively supports the spirit of creative entrepreneurship and provides a low-risk arrangement for theatre makers to explore their talent.

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Choreographic Competition 2022

Here we go again!! After a very busy and productive 2021, the Waterfront Theatre School is proud to present its highly acclaimed Choreographic Competition in May 2022. 


Designed to display the very best of the college's student choreographers, the competition showcases a diverse programme of choreography across a broad range of dance styles, including Musical Theatre, Contemporary, Tap, Jazz, and Street Dance. A team of high-profile choreographers and industry professionals will adjudicate the dynamic event that takes place over four evenings.


Award categories include Best Choreographer of a Solo, Trio/Quartet and Group in each genre; Best Novice Choreographer, Best Male and Best Female Choreographer, Most Outstanding Male Dancer, Most Outstanding Female Dancer, Outstanding Overall Performance, and the Full House Award that considers full production elements i.e., Music, Casting, Choreography, Costume, and Staging.


Some of our past winners include: Hope Maimane, who has since founded a dance training programme called The Academy and frequently choreographs for the Unity SA Dance Team; London-based Thalia Burt who recently made her West End Debut at Theatre Royal, Drury Lane and is currently the Resident Choreographer and Director for the musical Cats; Rushney Ferguson, a Fleur Du Cap Nominated Actress for her performance in David Kramer’s production, Langarm and Sonwabiso Sakuba, who toured in the international production of The Lion King in Spain. 


The Choreographic Competition takes place in the Lane Theatre at the Waterfront Theatre School and is open to the public with performances from 4-8 May 2022 at 7:30pm. The performance on Sunday 8 May at 2pm includes the awards ceremony.


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