MoveMe Dance Makers: Feats of strength

Rita Clarke, The Australian Richard Cilli’s short, arresting curtain-raiser This is Now opens Co3’s double bill in the MoveMe Dance […]

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The WA Dance Makers Project showcases variety and creativity

Graeme Watson, OutinPerth Western Australia’s premier contemporary dance company Co3 Australia deliver a trio of treats with the WA Dance […]

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A dynamic showcase

Jo Pickup, Seesaw  Co3 Australia’s “WA Dance Makers Project” opened the 2018 MoveMe Festival of contemporary dance with a triple bill of […]

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Forest folklore enchants

Annelies Gartner, The West Australian Myths and legends inspire choreographer, finds Annelies Gartner. A love of Nordic culture was the […]

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On the Couch with Chrissie Parrott

Arts Review Who is Chrissie Parrott? Chrissie Parrott is dance maker and a practicing artist who works across the disciplines […]

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WA dance makers leap into the Move Me Dance Festival

Graeme Watson, OutinPerth As part of the Move Me Dance Festival this month contemporary dance company Co3 Australia is launching […]

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Chrissie Parrott returns to the stage with Co3

Dance Informa   Co3 Australia Artistic Director Raewyn Hill was tapping into the pulse of social sentiment when she curated WA Dance Makers Project, […]

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Inside the WA Dance Makers Project

Nina Levy, Seesaw Magazine   This September, Co3 Australia will launch the 2018 MoveMe Festival with a double dance bill […]

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Choreographer Chrissie Parrott’s link to Co3 WA Dance Makers Project

Tanya MacNaughton, Eastern Reporter   THERE are a lot of ‘links’ in the curation of Co3 Australia contemporary dance company […]

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Co3 Australia: Unkempt Dance at WA Dance Makers Project

Scenestr. Co3 Australia’s Artistic Director, Raewyn Hill, was tapping into the pulse of social sentiment when she curated WA Dance […]

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INTERVIEW: Chrissie Parrott

Chrissie Parrott is a celebrated choreographer, a WA State Living Treasure and has most recently joined the Co3 team as […]

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INTERVIEW: Unkempt Dance

Unkempt Dance comprises the dynamic trio Amy Wiseman, Carly Armstrong and Jessica Lewis and they have been in the studios […]

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Rockingham dancers part of the WA youth-produced Project NEXT

Victoria Rifici, Weekend Courier   TWO Rockingham dancers will perform in Project NEXT this week as part of a WA […]

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Project NEXT 2018: Young dancers to make a statement at All Saints' College

Aaron Corlett, Melville Times   A NEW generation of dancers from around Perth will strut their stuff when contemporary dance […]

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The Farm in collaboration with Co3 Australia: Frank Enstein Review

Margaret Mercer, Dance Australia   Mary Shelley’s legendary gothic novel Frankenstein was published on January 1 1818, and written when Shelley was […]

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Frank Enstein from Co3 Australia is youthful, energetic and fun

Graeme Watson, OUTinPerth   Co3 Australia have re-staged their 2017 work Frank Enstein, redeveloping the piece for a much younger […]

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Frank Enstein Review

Kimberley Shaw, Stage Whispers Co3 Australia’s Frank Enstein is a thoroughly engaging, beautiful piece of theatre. Contemporary dance with a […]

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The Creative: Co3 Artistic Director Raewyn Hill

We Love Perth   As Artistic Director of WA’s flagship contemporary dance company Co3 Australia, Raewyn Hill takes on the responsibility […]

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Frank Enstein: twisted turns of monster mashup

Rita Clarke, The Australian This engaging 60-minute dance theatre production — created by The Farm in collaboration with Co3 Australia […]

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A winning reinvention

Nina Levy, Seesaw Magazine    When I first heard that Co3 Australia was remounting Frank Enstein, I was sceptical. A retelling […]

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Co3 re-stage the acclaimed production Frank Enstein

Graeme Watson, OUTinPerth   Last year contemporary dance company Co3 staged the acclaimed work Frank Enstein, a contemporary take on Mary Shelley’s […]

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"Frank Enstein" Brings a Fresh Take on an Old Classic

Caitlin Nienabar, RTR 92.1 FM   Caitlin Nineabar: Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, it’s one of those stories that you can keep […]

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Monster of a role

Olga de Moeller, The West Australian Keep Watch Methodist Ladies College student Luci Young, 15, will make her professional debut […]

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Raewyn Hill Co3 Artistic Director

On the Couch with Raewyn Hill

Australian Arts Review   Who is Raewyn Hill? Dedicated, loyal, serious, passionate, funny.   What would you do differently to […]

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Teen dancers bring authenticity

Sarah McNeill, The Post Last year, 15 year old Luci Young went three times to see the dance production, Frank […]

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The Monster Within

William Yeoman, The West Australian    William Yeoman: After a sell-out season, the dynamic stage adaptation Frank Enstein returns to […]

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yin & yang Raewyn Hill & Richard Longbottom

Katherine Fleming, West Weekend   Their marriage didn’t last but Raewyn, 45, and Richard, 41, are still dancing together.   […]

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Crowd-pleaser Frank Enstein returns to Perth stage

Perth Now Extraordinary dance-theatre, mind-blowing magic, spectacular lighting and an electrifying contemporary soundtrack will delight the child in us all […]

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A tale of two companies

Nina Levy, Seesaw Magazine   Raewyn Hill, artistic director of Co3, takes Nina Levy behind the scenes of the contemporary […]

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Return of the monster

  William Yeoman, The West Australian   William Yeoman: Hello, I’m Will Yeoman, arts writer at The West Australian. This […]

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Introducing William Rees for Frank Enstein

  William, 16, is making his professional debut in Co3’s upcoming performance of Frank Enstein, playing the title character of […]

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Introducing Luci Young for Frank Enstein

  Luci Young is a member of the Act-Belong-Commit Co:Youth ensemble and will be making her professional debut in Co3’s […]

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Twisted bodies at the heart of the monster

Jenny D’Anger, Perth Voice    Frank Enstein turns 200 this year, but everyone’s favourite monster remains as fresh as the […]

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Out of character: how acting puts a mental strain on performers

Leith Taylor, The Conversation.   Performers are twice as likely as the general population to experience depression, according to the […]

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Great Collaborations – Raewyn Hill & Eden Mulholland

Nina Levy, Dance Australia.   Raewyn Hill, artistic director of WA’s Co3, and Queensland-based composer, performer and film maker Eden […]

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INTERVIEW: Chrissie Parrott for Reason for Being

This week we have guest artist and renowned choreographer Chrissie Parrott working with Co3 Artistic Director Raewyn Hill and Co3 […]

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Co3: The Zone Review

Margaret Mercer, Dance Australia.   Co3 is Western Australia’s flagship contemporary dance company and The Zone, performed in 60 riveting minutes, […]

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THE ZONE: Cyril Jackson art students bring pieces from recent show back to Bassendean

Kristie Lim, Eastern Reporter.    THIRTY promising art students from Cyril Jackson Senior Campus have brought their pieces from a […]

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Desperation and exhaustion in Co3's The Zone

Claire Nichols, ABC Radio National.    It’s not unusual to see Co3 dancers heaving for breath at the end of […]

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Powerful and fiery: The Zone combines art, dance and music to create a work of passion

Evie McGrath, Scoop Online.    Dark but lively, The Zone is a fiery dance piece that explores the concept of community and […]

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THE ZONE – ★★★★★ from Artshub

Nerida Dickinson, Artshub.   Co3 confirms its status as Western Australia’s flagship contemporary dance company, in Raewyn Hill’s latest spectacular […]

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Drawn spellbound into Co3's zone – ★★★★★ from The West

Nina Levy, The West Australian.   Paper white walls converge to a point upstage from which puffs of smoke emanate. […]

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Something good, something really good

Varnya Bromilow, Seesaw Magazine.    When you see something good, something really good, it can take a while before you […]

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THE ZONE | Co3

Sarah Green, Australian Stage.   Fast-paced and intense, The Zone is an hour of dance power, bursting at the seams with […]

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The Zone a force of nature

Annelies Gartner, The West Australian.   Co3’s artistic director Raewyn Hill has been in the midst of a lot of […]

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Co3’s new dance work ‘THE ZONE’ stages humanity in disaster

Tamara Searle, Dance Informa.   West Australia’s state contemporary dance company Co3 is set to premiere a new work, THE ZONE, […]

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INTERVIEW: MUSICIAN EDEN MULHOLLAND

Musician and composer Eden Mulholland joins longtime collaborator Artistic Director Raewyn Hill to perform his original score live on stage […]

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Co3 contemporary dance company in The Zone with first set design by Japanese architect Satoshi Okada

Tanya MacNaughton, Eastern Reporter.   RAEWYN Hill fell in love with Japanese architect Satoshi Okada’s work in 2008 when she stumbled […]

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INTERVIEW: Architect Satoshi Okada for THE ZONE

His designs can be found throughout Japan and worldwide, and for the first-time renowned architect, Satoshi Okada, is making work […]

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Japanese architect Satoshi Okada to work with Co3 on Australian theatre project

Architecture and Design.   Celebrated Japanese architect, Satoshi Okada, has been chosen to set the stage in Perth for a […]

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INTERVIEW: Andrew Searle on Project NEXT

Our final guest choreographer for the Act-Belong-Commit Co:Youth performance of Project NEXT is Co3 dancer Andrew Searle. Andrew has been […]

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INTERVIEW: Ella-Rose Trew on Project NEXT

Co3’s Associate Artist Ella-Rose Trew has been facilitating the development of our Act-Belong-Commit Co:Youth‘s newest work, Project NEXT. We chat to Ella-Rose […]

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GOOD LITTLE SOLDIER: Teen Otto Kosok steps up to top rank

The Sunday Times Every casting director wants to discover the next big thing, and in 17-year old Otto Kosok, Phil […]

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INTERVIEW: Independent Artist Isabella Stone

One of Co3’s guest choreographers for the Act-Belong-Commit Co:Youth performance, Project NEXT, is independent artist Isabella Stone. We chat to […]

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INTERVIEW: Independent Artist Laura Boynes

One of Co3’s guest choreographers for the Act-Belong-Commit Co:Youth performance, Project NEXT, is independent artist Laura Boynes. Laura has been […]

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DANCER UPDATE: TALITHA IN INDIA

I first came to Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts in Bangalore, India in 2014. It was one of the hardest […]

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Can we work together to maximise the performance of both dancers and athletes?

From Dance Informa. Improving performance fitness and stamina, preventing injury and decreasing recovery time is something professional athletes and dancers have […]

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Mindarie Senior College students in step with Co3 dance professionals

Lucy Jarvis, North Coast Times.    DANCE students in Mindarie learned about choreography from professional dancers ahead of Frank Enstein performances in […]

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The Farm, Co3 Australia: 'Frank Enstein'

From Dance Australia.   Frank Enstein was staged as part of the annual Gold Coast Bleach Festival – a community […]

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Frank Enstein Review: The Arts Centre Gold Coast For Bleach Festival 2017

From Blank Gold Coast.   I love storytelling that makes you think about your circumstances, challenging how you think about […]

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INTERVIEW: The Farm Co-Directors Gavin Webber & Grayson Millwood

With Frank Enstein opening tomorrow on the Gold Coast, and headlining Bleach* Festival, we chat with Gold Coast-based Co-Directors of The […]

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Frank Enstein collaboration results in humorous fantasy for Co3

From Community News.   Perth’s Co3 and The Farm on the Gold Coast are among the newest contemporary dance companies […]

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Self Explored Quite Frankly

From The West Australian.   A new life has been breathed into the classic Gothic tale of young scientist Victor […]

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INTERVIEW: Zachary Lopez in Frank Enstein

Co3 dancer Zachary Lopez is on the Gold Coast rehearsing Frank Enstein with The Farm and dancers Andrew Searle and […]

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INTERVIEW: Andrew Searle in Frank Enstein

With Frank Enstein opening in just two weeks at the State Theatre Centre WA, we chat to Andrew about performing in the […]

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Creating a Monster

From Broadsheet.   As befits a dance company with a strong youth focus, Co3 kicks off its 2017 main stage […]

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INTERVIEW: Talitha Maslin in Frank Enstein

Our dancers, Andrew Searle, Talitha Maslin and Zachary Lopez, are currently on the Gold Coast in rehearsals with The Farm for […]

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INTERVIEW: Ella-Rose Trew on her new role as Associate Artist

Co3 dancer Ella-Rose Trew has started an exciting new role this year as Associate Artist, working across the company in […]

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INTERVIEW: Zoe Wozniak on Co3's week at WAIS

Last week we embarked on a new partnership with the West Australian Institute of Sport High Performance Service Centre (WAIS). […]

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Dance company director starts ‘art vs sport’ conversation

From Community News.   Co3 Artistic director Raewyn Hill started a conversation about “art vs sport” with the WA Institute […]

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INTERVIEW: Chrissie Parrott for Reason for Being

This week we have guest artist Chrissie Parrott working with Co3 Artistic Director Raewyn Hill and dancers in development in […]

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Welcome our new developing artists for 2017

2017 will herald a year of growth for Co3 with the expansion of our stable of dancers. We are delighted […]

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Co3 Announces 2017 Programming

From Dance Informa  Western Australia’s contemporary dance company Co3 recently revealed its 2017 Season to its supporters in an event […]

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INTERVIEW: Dances with Wollstonecraft

From The West Australia.   Acclaimed WA contemporary dance company Co3’s artistic director Raewyn Hill is nothing if not realistic […]

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INTERVIEW: Co3’s Raewyn Hill for the cry

From Perth Arts Live. Perth, are you ready to be moved? MoveMe Festival 2016 is nearly upon us, and our […]

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Attracting new audiences to contemporary dance

From Artshub. By turns abstract and emotive, celebratory and confronting, contemporary dance can be a difficult art form to sell […]

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Co3 makes stunning debut

From The West. Striding towards the theatre I felt a bubble of anticipation rising inside me. In the foyer I […]

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Co3 helps contemporary dance finds its feet

From The Australian. Nine dancers cross the rehearsal room in a tight ensemble, drop to their knees, flip upright, swerve […]

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From major to minor: the new resource exchange

From Artshub. From providing temporary office space to enabling new performance contexts, the resources of a major can be a […]

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Dance company Co3 to launch new work at AGWA

From The Australian. When Perth-based contemporary dance company Co3 was launched last year — the first of its kind in […]

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The Contemporary Dance Company of Western Australia launches as Co3

From MoveMe. After many months of anticipation, The Contemporary Dance Company of Western Australia launches today as Co3, Western Australia’s […]

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Co3 Launches, CDCWA Becomes Co3

From Arts Hub. The Contemporary Dance Company of Western Australia launches today as  “Co3”. The new brand embodies the past […]

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Co3 Contemporary Dance Company Has Launched

From Visit Perth City.  The Contemporary Dance Company of Western Australia has launched as “Co3”. The new brand embodies the […]

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New name announced for WA flagship company

From Dance Australia. The name of WA’s new state flagship contemporary dance company has been revealed as (drum roll please)… […]

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Dance company takes first steps into uncertain future

Victoria Laurie for The Australian. Australia’s newest arts company was launched on Friday with a cloud of uncertainty hanging over […]

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Dancers Leap Boldly Into Uncertain Future

From Stephen Bevis,  The West Australian. The State’s new flagship contemporary dance company is taking a bigger leap into the unknown […]

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