YOUNG dancers from a non-profit Mornington Peninsula-based company have been entertaining audiences far and wide.
Dancer choreographer Alexandra Dellaportas, who was 18 when she started Spark Productions seven years ago, is helping young people build on their passions for dance and the arts.
The company, which has spent the past few weeks taking its latest production Snow and Rose around regional Victoria, is performing in Frankston on Thursday (17 February).
Dellaportas said the show had been cancelled five times due to COVID and the company was excited to be able to perform it closer to home.
“We took the show to Ballarat, and Shepparton last weekend, and now we are so happy to be able to bring it to Frankston Arts Centre,” she said.
Snow and Rose is based on the fairytale Snow White and Rose Red that, through the lives of two sisters, explores familial relationships, coping with emotions and self-esteem issues.
The company has had difficulty finding rehearsal spaces due to COVID and is appealing for donations to help keep its programs running. Individuals or companies that can help should contact firstname.lastname@example.org