Watchmedance

Choreographers

Amazing Choreographers

I’m happy to announce CJ Slatts leading the choreography for Watch Me Dance!

CJ Slattery

CJ Slattery is a Performer/Teacher/Choreographer who is a focused and driven individual that will provide you with a service that is new, exciting and on trend. He brings a passion and energy like no other which is why CJ is becoming one of Australia’s newest and up and coming choreographer. CJ’s credits include working with Royal Caribbean on their prestigious cruise ships as a Dancer Vocalist Aerialist, Choreographing for and performing along side Paulini Curuenavuli, NIKE, Mercedes Benz Fashion Week, ZHIVAGO, X-Factor, Choreographing and staring along-side The Thundamentals, Australian Olympic Team Dinner and The NRL’S State of Origin’s. CJ has worked under the direction of various renowned choreographers/mentors including The Wilson Brothers from the United States, Kevin and Marcel, Marko Panic, The Squared Division, Leah Howard, Jacqui Howard, Kaylie Yee, Jason Coleman, Yvette Lee to name just a few.

Additional Choreography

Two talented dancers share their talents as choreographers as well.

Emma Copping

Emma Copping is an all round respected dancer in the dance community. She is an Alumni at Brent Street after studying  Dance and Musical Theatre there. Emma’s passion for Training, Teaching and Performing is undoubtedly one of her most valuable attributes. She has lived over in France working with Disney as some of their Disney Princesses. She was a back-up singer on the voice 2016 and 2017 and was also one of Casey Donavan’s back-up singers. She was little Lucy in the T.V series “ All Saints”. She has just recently worked alongside the Wiggles. She has choreographed for many different school and projects and has revived 6 National champion titles for her choreography. 

Sarah Pearce

Sarah has been dancing and performing since the age of three. In 2015 she moved from South Australia to Sydney to study a Bachelor of Music, majoring in music theatre at the Australian Institute of Music. In 2016 she was assistant choreographer for their production of Chicago, whilst also performing the roles of Mary Sunshine and Liz.

In 2017 she was assistant choreographer for the ABC program The Justine Clarke and over the past three years choreographed The Pirates of Penzance, Ruddigore and The Mikado with The Gilbert and Sullivan Opera Sydney. In February 2019 she wrote, produced and performed her own solo Cabaret Love me when I sing.

In between her own performing Sarah shares her passion by teaching singing, dancing and acting at Dance Inc.

Sarah has a passion for new Australian theatre/artists, so she is especially excited to be working on Watch me Dance.

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