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 Post subject: Sydney Dance Company's Deficit
PostPosted: Wed Mar 16, 2005 5:56 am 
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Dance company stripped bare

by LAUREN MARTIN
the Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Dance Company is in emergency negotiations to save the positions of half its ensemble and its world-renowned choreographer, Graeme Murphy.
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PostPosted: Fri Mar 18, 2005 11:47 am 
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Orchestra, dance woes tip of the iceberg

by SHARON VERGHIS
the Sydney Morning Herald

Mr Ward said the SDC would not be bailed out, but given some of next year's grants now to help it survive in the short term. He was optimistic it would survive the crisis, which stemmed from a lack of reserves
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Cash-strapped dance company needs leg-up
by JANE ALBERT for the Australian

In an interview to appear in The Weekend Australian, Murphy said: "We're on tenterhooks, but the silence is deafening and terrifying. It's very hard to make new works in an atmosphere of doubt."

published: May 18, 2005
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Sydney dance duo bows out over funding crisis
by RICHARD JINMAN, SUNANDA CREAGH and ALEXA MOSES for the Sydney Morning Herald

GRAEME MURPHY and Janet Vernon are quitting the Sydney Dance Company after 30 years, frustrated by a funding shortfall they believe is choking creativity and threatening the future of dance in Australia.

published: July 14, 2006
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Dance of slow death
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"You don't plan 30 years of your life," The Age reports him as saying. "It's a miracle if you last for six years in contemporary dance. Signature companies have a short life span."

published: July 15, 2006
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