PRESS

"Also making efficient use of the few performers, choreographer Dana Jolly adds to the merriment with deft flair. The deliberately stereotyped moves related to each culture encountered in “Lady Hyacinth Abroad” are a highlight, with the ice skating moves in “Poison in my Pocket” also going down a treat."

"Dana Jolly has delivered thrilling work that is a joy to behold. Opening number “Tradition” establishes the dance vocabulary of the show and features precise, interesting patterns. The Russian dancing in “To Life” is exciting, and the full company work in “Tevye’s Dream” gives the 95-minute act one an infusion of energy. The dance highlight of the evening is act one’s climactic “Wedding Dance,” which not only features the sensational bottle dance, but also explicitly drives the plot as Perchik’s drive for change brings down male-female barriers, ramping up the festive joy to new heights."

"Choreographer, Dana Jolly's work is tremendous, re-producing slick, energized movement that heightened the passion and emotion of the book and assisted greatly in bringing the score to life." 

"Dana Jolly contributes witty choreography that is gently blended into the action." 

"Dana Jolly excels at infusing energetic choreography and stylised movement throughout the piece"

"... bright, bubbly and full of fun. So too is Dana Jolly’s fabulous choreography" 

"The vivacious chorus dances up a storm, choreographed by Dana Jolly."

"The ensemble members maintain this high standard, as does every aspect of the production, including the Roger Hodgman's direction and Dana Jolly's choreography." 

The Sydney Morning Herald: Dirty Rotten Scoundrels

"... seductive choreography by Dana Jolly"

"Dana Jolly’s sprightly, well-drilled choreography greatly enhances the effervescent tone of the show."

"... sassy choreography (Dana Jolly)" 

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