Dance Fever: The Musical, Directed by Anna-Marie Broussard
Anna-Maria Brouissard, the acclaimed Australian dance artist and dance teacher, has directed the musical Dance Fever.
She will play a character who travels from one world to the next.
It is set in the early 1920s in Sydney, Australia, where she has been teaching dance for almost 40 years.
The story is based on her experiences in the US and the New Zealand capital.
She has been studying dance for many years, and in her recent film The Dreamer, she was in London filming a new musical, which she will direct.
Her character is called Annie, and she is also a performer.
“I wanted to create a character from a different place.
I don’t think I can say the same about a British character.
In many ways I think that’s very different,” she said.
Brousard said the musical was inspired by the characters and songs she has learnt over the years.
She said she wanted the audience to feel like she was part of the characters’ lives, as if she was there.
“It’s an opportunity to tell a story that was written by someone else.
The musical is very much about what it is like to be a person in this very specific environment.”
The film will be based on a series of dance stories, including one called The Dance, by British dance teacher and author Jane Eyre.
Brousseard said she had heard of the book but had not read it before.
“Jane Eyre was a brilliant dancer, but she didn’t have any sense of the story.
“The idea of being a dancer was a dream for me, but now I’ve got my own voice.” “
The story centres around a young woman who is forced to leave her family in England to go to New Zealand to study dance. “
The idea of being a dancer was a dream for me, but now I’ve got my own voice.”
The story centres around a young woman who is forced to leave her family in England to go to New Zealand to study dance.
“My dad was the best teacher I ever had.
My mum was the worst.
They all had a bad relationship.
It’s all about creating a character that you’re going to be like, ‘OK, let’s get the dance together’.””
As a young child, I had dreams of being an opera singer.
It’s all about creating a character that you’re going to be like, ‘OK, let’s get the dance together’.”