Grey Panthers 1997

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1997 a year of performance for the Grey Panthers. The women performed Healthy Wealthy and Wise in Darwin and toured to Alice Springs, performing at Alice Springs Old Timers, Alice Springs Mall, Alukra Women’s Health and Araluen Arts Centre. Excerpts were performed in Darwin at: the National Health Conference, Multiple Sclerosis Charity Concert, Darwin Fringe, U3A convention, Australian Breast Cancer Day - Kantillas, Arthritis Foundation - Nightcliff Sports Club.

4WD, Sweat, Dust & Romance wowed the Festival of Darwin crowds, and Bodies of Light saw the women joining up with a men’s group in a show about a community’s response to HIV AIDS.

Continuing with their on-off performances, they also presented dances for International Women’s Day, Ausdance Dance Week, and Darwin Old Timers, and a Charity Christmas show.

Program Leaders

Sarah Calver and David McMicken
Guest Artists: Tim Newth, Merrilee Mills and Karyn Sassella

Participants

Inger Andersson, Kath Baldwin, Kay Brown, Adie Bruce, Del Cooke, Jo Davis, Audrey Gorring, Glad Morris, Greta Quong, Hanna Stamm, Audrey Svara, Mavis Waddell, Mary Ehn and Jan Everingham

Tracks Dance 1997

Co-Artistic Directors: Sarah Calver, David McMicken, Tim Newth
Administrator: Liann Stevenson

[Under Brown's Mart Community Arts – Executive Officer Ken Conway]

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"A cast of old ladies, footballers and four wheel drives - a performance event that is, to say the least, unusual."  Debra Jopson, The Sydney Morning Herald

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