2010 Australian Dance Awards

  1. Lifetime Achievement Award: Bill Akers AM

    Bill has made an outstanding contribution to theatre and dance over the last sixty years, not only…

  2. Services to Dance: Stephen Page

    For making Indigenous dance such a vital part of our culture by telling the stories of his people…

  3. Services to Dance Education: Maggi Phillips

    Maggi is a great teacher, an assiduous researcher and a much-loved mentor for many graduate students…

  4. Outstanding Achievement in Youth or Community Dance: Restless Dance Theatre

    A beautifully designed, unusual and captivating piece, Bedroom Dancing uses the individual…

  5. Outstanding Achievement in Choreography: Meryl Tankard & Paul White

    Meryl and Paul have created articulate and intricate choreography and presented it with a beautifully…

  6. Outstanding Performance by a Company: Bangarra Dance Theatre

    The Bangarra dancers have wonderful integrity, intense dramatic power and perform together with great…

  7. Outstanding Achievement in Independent Dance: Sue Peacock

    Questions Without Notice is at once comic, tragic and thought-provoking. Sue uses an innovative…

  8. Outstanding Performance by a Female Dancer: Lana Jones

    With simultaneous strength and fragility, outstanding technique and wonderful charisma, Lana takes…

  9. Outstanding Performance by a Male Dancer: Paul White

    Paul is a powerful, mesmerising and sensitive performer. This epic solo demonstrates his outstanding…

  10. Outstanding Achievement in Commercial Dance or Musical Theatre: Caroline O’Connor

    This Australian icon seems to shine brighter as she gets older. Caroline‚Äôs singing and dancing are…