Shadow Warrior is a feature-length dance production inspired by Demi Sorono’s personal tale of immigration from the Philippines to Australia.
Love Drunk is a fast-paced, action-packed theatre performance that deals with youth culture and relationships. Within this context drug and alcohol abuse, racial tension and sexual assault are explored.
Young people in custody shared their stories and experiences with professional Phunktional dancers over weeks of workshops inside Youth Justice Centres. After sell-out performances at Sydney venues in June, this incredible performance will be presented at the Sydney Opera House on December 12th.
The Sound of Silence was Australia’s first full length dance performance by Deaf Can Dance, a company of non-hearing dancers. Presented in partnership by Deaf Arts Network, Arts Access and Phunktional Arts, it combined hip-hop with contemporary dance technique and storytelling. The season sold out at 2008 Melbourne Fringe Festival.
#POINTS empowers and teaches young people about the complexities that exist between new technologies, their behaviour and the legal implications that might arise from it.
Nexus offered a unique opportunity for dancers to celebrate their work and for audiences to share in a deeply personal exchange. It was a fusion of traditional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander dance
Phunktional’s performance for Waan Danse 2012 New Caledonia. The 2012 festival brought together traditional dance, hip-hop and contemporary dance over two days and featured more than 150 dancers from New Caledonia, France, Australia and New Zealand. Phunktional presented a solo by Gerard Veltre, a solo by Demi Sorono and a duet piece that toured the…
Directed by Simon Green and choreographed by Gerard Veltre. Produced in partnership with Horizon Films. A dance film that fuses cinematography, original music and eclectic dance styles from some of Australia’s best performers, The Removalists tells the story of a family struggling for compassion in modern times. The film was screened in Australian and International Film…
“…an engaging show with no shortage of jaw-dropping skills.” (Herald Sun)