Lion Heart | The Scarlet Trace

Lion Heart Dance Company 2017

Open Audition | Melbourne | April 30th 

Lion Heart Dance Company is seeking 3 male & 3 female dancers with strong jazz and contemporary technique.
Lion Heart Dance Company is holding auditions for their 2017 season with a remount of The Scarlet Trace, co-presented by the City of Booroondara.
The audition will take place on Sunday April 30th 2017. Due to the overwhelming response of previous auditions, dancers must apply to audition at
If selected, the dancer will then receive confirmation of their audition time and venue. All applicants will be contacted about the outcome of their application.
Dancers will be required for weekly Sunday rehearsals from 21/05/2017 until 27/08/2017 and for performances on 31/08/2017 through 03/9/17. They will receive a profit share, subsidised classes and free photography and show reel content.

Lion Heart Company Training

Lion Heart Dance Company will also be selecting dancers to participate in their Company Training Program (CTP) at this audition.
In 2016 the company launched their own training program to give professional dancers an ongoing and supportive environment to maintain their dance practice. This group of dancers are invited to join company members in two free classes per week. This group is given various opportunities to collaborate, create and perform together. Dancers who are currently a part of CTP have performed for Lion Heart Dance Company at UNDRGRND, the World Convention of Public Health and have also created video content. This program has also proved to be a good environment for dancers to network, collaborate and pursue their own projects.
Dancers can express their interest in this program via the online application form for The Scarlet Trace audition.
Any other questions or queries can be sent to
About Lion Heart Dance Company

Benjamin Curé. Photo courtesy Facebook

Lion Heart Dance Company was established in 2015 by director Benjamin Curé. The company aims to “create art that moves the heart” with a focus on storytelling, making dance work that is relevant to seasoned dance viewers and inexperienced audiences alike. While the works extends the dancers’ physically, it is the raw emotional element of their performance that the audience connects with.
In 2016 the company produced two feature length works, Table of Eight and Fabricated both performed at Chapel off Chapel.
The company continues to train and work towards creating a positive and supportive dance industry.

Benjamin Curé – Company Director

Benjamin Curé is the founder and director of Lion Heart Dance Company. He has worked extensively to establish himself as a highly sought after dancer, teacher and choreographer. He is a storyteller, using dance to connect authentically with his audience.
In 2017 he was promoted to Director of Jazz at The Space School of Performance Arts where he continues to share his passion and experience with the full-time students there.