Teachers

Julie-ann Lucas (Bradley)

Julie-Ann is the Principal of the school and full-time teacher.  Julie-ann established her studio in 1990.  She holds qualifications in C.S.T.D. (Commonwealth Society of Teachers of Dance) and R.A.D. (Royal Academy of Dance).

Julie-ann is supported by a fantastic group of passionate teachers, many of whom are past students themselves. Our teachers are all experienced dancers/singers/performers with various qualifications and personal achievements. Listed below in alphabetical order

Carolyn Gilby

Carolyn is a Life Member of the Royal Academy of Dance. As an examiner for the Commonwealth Society of Teachers of Dancing, she has examined extensively throughout Australia, plus internationally in Singapore, England, Hong Kong, Thailand, Malaysia and India.

Cherie Lange

Cherie has trained in all styles of performance and is a certified teacher in CSTD Jazz. Cherie has had extensive experience in performing with highlights working on Cruise Liners, Movie World, Musical Productions such as Les Miserables & Wizard Of Oz. Cherie brings lots of energy to her classes.

Jayda Lofipo

Jacqui Devereux

Jacqui is a seasoned full-time voice teacher, she teaches the elements of healthy and correct singing and performance practices to aspiring singers, actors and voice professionals of all ages and levels. She teaches a vast repertory of musical genres and renders a sequential and solid vocal technique which facilitates easy high notes, a full middle voice and an even and broad range of vocal colour and projection.

Jessica Hethrington

Jessica has been dancing for 11 years, primarily Hip Hop. She has represented Australia four times at Hip Hop International Dance Championships in the USA, Arena Singapore. She holds many titles in National and International Hip Hop competitions. Jessica is also an experienced performer having toured with Justice Crew and performed with the cast of So You Think You Can Dance at various corporate events.

Kelly Modulon

Kelly spent two decades in the entertainment industry as a dancer and singer, travelling the UK and Japan, in a variety of cabaret acts, musical tribute shows, and working as a lead vocalist with rock bands and jazz trios. She now works in primary school education and has published two junior fiction novels.