We are creatures of story

We are a small team of talented professionals with a wide range of skills and experience. We love what we do, and we do it with passion. We look forward to working with you.

Georgina Bond


Melbourne based mover Georgina, trained at Unitec NZ and gained her Bachelors in Contemporary Dance. Since graduating Georgina has worked with a number of physical theatre, dance and performance artists in Melbourne including ProjectionDance, Yellow Wheel and YW2 and of course Liquid Skin. She has completed her certificates in Pilates, Reformer and Barre and is working with Creative Learning Centre and their special needs dance classes. This year Georgina was a company member for Footnote NZs’ ChoreoCo Company season in March. Georgina relishes the physicality of working with Rochelle and is eager to share this work. 

Bryan Smith


Bryan Smith is a performer and teacher. He began dancing with the Mildura Ballet Guild in the 1980s and completed dance training at the Centre for the Performing Arts (Adelaide). Bryan danced in JOLT (Australian Dance Theatre), Dance North and with Danceworks. He has performed in a range of contexts including Midsumma, Green Mill Dance Project, Melbourne Spoletto Fringe Festival and in numerous Independent seasons. For the last 20 or so years he has worked in education in Melbourne and Singapore, teaching and creating performances collaboratively with professional artists, colleagues and students. A strong focus has been igniting young peoples’ curiosity and engagement in the Arts. He continues to explore, train, practise and perform in movement-based physical theatre with Hadi Kazemi-Tameh and now with Rochelle. 

Alice Robinson


Alice is a mover, an improviser working in and around the fields of dance, physical theater, contact improvisation, character, experimental hula hoop and object manipulation. Alice teaches and performs a range of disciplines to students and audiences of a wide range of ages and backgrounds.  Based in Melbourne, Alice has performed locally at the La Mama Theatre, and the Melbourne Fringe and Comedy Festivals and internationally, from remote indigenous communities to theatres in Bangkok, European Juggling Conventions to the streets of Barcelona, English pubs to stadiums in Egypt.

As a physical theater performer, dancer and hula hooper she has also worked in a number of other disciplines including music, clown, fire spinning and circus. Alice’s practice is also informed by Body-Mind Centering, body weather, puppetry, visual arts, butoh, mask work, hip-hop, bouffon and acrobatics, at the John Bolton Theatre School, with Alice Cummins, Andrew Morrish, Emma Kenna, Martin Hughes, Yumi Umiumare and Frank Van de Ven.

Catherine Underhill


After discovering dance in my early teens I became an obsessive throwing all else overboard.  I worked with Margaret Lasica and and Bob Thornycroft. Then I moved to New York.  To dance, I thought, but upon discovering the music and performance art scene of the 1980”s I dropped dance like a hot potato and threw myself into that world.   Thirty years later I went back to class and rediscovered improv.  It was like finding that favourite coat you thought you’d lost and wrapping yourself in its warmth.

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Rosie Osmond


Rosie completed her diploma in Dance at The Space Dance and Arts Centre in 2013, and has since been working in both commercial and contemporary settings. She has performed in Vertical Shadows production The White Prince, She as a member of the Creative Behaviours collective, within theCommonthreads Wearable Art Showcase (2015, 2016) and in The Scarlet Trace commissioned by Candlelight Productions. In 2016 she made her first collaborative physical theatre work with The Human Project Company, presenting 2.0 Contact at the Melbourne Fringe Festival. Rosie performed as an artist and choreographer in Dancebourne Arts’ Balance 2016, Godai 2017 and Viva 2018. Rosie is currently completing a Bachelor of Production at VCA.

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