Marko is constantly moving forward in his career and morphing from one creative position to another. I feel like I grew so much! I had another incredible supervising producer Lee, and he and I made it all happen together. I love team work, I love creative people and I like to work with everyone because I feel a collaborative effort makes more epic productions. I learned so much more than I could ever imagine.
This interview was particularly inspiring …! I think the more it organically grows, it will happen. A perfect example of that was getting Stephen Tannos on board because he is someone that fuses every genre into one count of eight! I thought it would be great to collaborate with Stephen and get him on board because his passion for dance is out there with mine. His passion and his excitement is great for me to have around. My dream is for it one day to reach places like Perth and Gold Coast and Melbourne and other places around Australia. So everyone in the Company is paid — no-one pays to be a part of it. So the internships will get an allowance that makes it all possible for them to get to rehearsals and get everything. We all need — especially dance teachers — to encourage our young dancers to go and see theatre LIVE!
Since he first captured public attention in as a finalist on the national TV series, So you think you can dance, Marko Panzic has had a remarkable career in the performing arts as a Dancer, Choreographer and Creative Director, leaving a strong mark on the international stage. He choreographed Jessica Mauboy's special guest performance at Eurovision in and has worked with many other internationally recognised recording artists including Ricki-Lee, DJ Havana Brown and Olivia Newton-John. The La Salle College Middle Swan graduate made history last year, founding Australia's first commercial dance company, the Dream Dance Company, aimed at maximising employment opportunities for local dancers. Marko Panzic believes his strong passion for the performing arts was nurtured at a very young age and his old school certainly played a key part in it.
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