2001 Australian Dance Awards

  1. Hall of Fame: Gertrud Bodenwieser

    Gertrud Bodenwieser, dancer, teacher and choreographer, was born in Vienna and trained in classical…

  2. Lifetime Achievement Award: Shirley McKechnie AO

    Shirley’s influence as a pioneer and teacher of contemporary dance in Australia spreads far and…

  3. Services to Dance: Lucette Aldous

    Lucette was an internationally acclaimed ballerina with the Ballet Rambert, The Royal Ballet and The…

  4. Services to Dance Education: Margaret Markham

    When Margaret re-established the Ann McDonald College of Dancing, as a community based, not-for-profit…

  5. Outstanding Achievement in Choreography: Graeme Murphy AO

    Tivoli is Graeme’s homage to the era of variety theatre and this piece bombards the senses…

  6. Outstanding Performance by a Company: The Australian Ballet and Sydney Dance Company

    Australia’s two leading dance companies relish in the variety of dance styles that this piece…

  7. Outstanding Performance by a Male Dancer: Harry Haythorne

    Appearing a guest artist with the Sydney Dance Company, Harry revives his vaudevillian role and gives…

  8. Outstanding Achievement in Dance on Film or New Media: Michelle Potter and Sally Jackson

    With both professional footage and rare home movie material from the collections at ScreenSound Australia,…

  9. Outstanding Achievement in Commercial Dance, Musicals or Physical Theatre: Tracey Carrodus

    With her compact tiny frame and acrobatic flair, loose-limbed Tracey dazzles audiences not least for…