Hunter dancers receive Callback for showcase

Stars: Mikaila Milwright is one of the dancers selected to showcase their exemplary performances and compositions in the Seymour Centre, Sydney. Picture: Anna Warr
Stars: Mikaila Milwright is one of the dancers selected to showcase their exemplary performances and compositions in the Seymour Centre, Sydney. Picture: Anna Warr

HUNTER dancers will put their best foot forward when they perform this week as some of the best in the state.

Hunter School of the Performing Arts (HSPA) students Mikaila Milwright, Jamie Byrne and Jordan Holohan as well as St Philip’s Christian College’s Neve Torok have been selected for Callback, the showcase of exemplary performances and compositions by students who studied dance in last year’s Higher School Certificate.

It will be staged in two separate programs on February 8 and 9.

Ms Byrne said she was “excited” and “surprised” to be selected to perform, which she said was a “privilege”.

She will perform on Friday Trapped in Multiple Sclerosis, which conveys the emotion attached to losing control of motor skills.

HSPA's Indiah Bradley-Nancarrow and Tenille West were also selected but will not perform.

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