7th – 18th December 2015

Shaun Parker & Company is making a Call for Applicants for its annual TRIGGER program, which will take place in December, 2015.

What: TRIGGER secondment program.
Where: IO MYERS Theatre, University of NSW. Sydney
When: Dec 7th-18th, 2015. 9:30am -6pm daily.
Who: We are looking for 5 dancers who were born with the XY male chromosome. ie. Male dancers…or dancers born with the male XY chromosome, but who identify as being female.
Cost: Free.
The 5 chosen applicants will join our Company of 9 dancers who will be working on the creative development of our new work XY.
The program will include a daily technique class in yoga and contemporary dance, followed by task based improvisation processes with Artistic Director and Award Winning Choreographer Shaun Parker. This 2-week-long workshop will be free of charge, and is invitation only, so please ensure that you submit a strong application for selection.
Shaun Parker will be using this time to develop the skills of the applicants, as well as looking for dancers for various projects for 2016 and 2017.

To Apply: please email the following material to the General Manager Sonia Grebenshikoff at:
1. 1-page CV
2. Headshot
3. Link to edited footage of your performance work. (Please choose carefully the footage you include, as this will be what the Artistic Director will be basing selection upon.)
Deadline for Application: October 19th, 2015
Successful Applicants notified by late October.


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Shaun Parker & Company acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we live, learn and work. We pay our respects to the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation and all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island elders, past and present.

Shaun Parker & Company prides itself on celebrating diversity, regardless of race, religious affiliation, gender identification or sexual orientation.