Our vibrant dance studio

At KRS Dance, we are making a big impact with excellent results in ballet exams, success in both solo and troupe competitions and by producing confident and capable dancers and choreographers. We cater equally for the serious dancer preparing for a career in the industry and those people dancing for fun and recreation. For kids, we recognise the importance of our dancers wearing age-appropriate costumes and dancing to age-appropriate concepts.


With qualified and passionate staff, we offer fully-structured classes in Jazz, Ballet (RAD), Contemporary, Modern (lyrical), Hip Hop, Acro and Tap. We also have performance classes, stretch and technique classes and Flexi Stretch classes, boys-only Hip Hop classes and pre-school and babyballet® classes. We also offer private lessons, coaching, extension classes and have regular guest teachers.


Our beautiful dance studios in Ethell Rd Kirrawee, NSW have airthrust sprung floors, dance vinyl, air conditioning, mirrors and barres. The environment inspires excellence in our teaching and helps us to administer safe dance practices. We also have another smaller studio in Marshall Rd, Kirrawee and also host classes at Ev and Bow Full Time Dancing Training Studios.


We cater for all aspiring dancers. Our Extension Programs are designed for the serious dancer who is training at an elite level. Our Recreation Program is for beginners and those who love to dance but can't commit beyond their classwork and end of year concert. We have a great pre-school program for young dancers providing the fundamentals of dance.

KRS Dance also provides quality dance education within Primary Schools and High schools, for dance ensembles or troupes, school syllabus K - 12 and for HSC dance coaching or mentoring - with teachers working in a number of schools in the Sutherland Shire and St George area of NSW. We strive to build a positive self-image in dancers and build a love and appreciation of dance as an art-form.

Join our KRS dance family, build confidence and a positive self-image

Our pre-school program forges friendships and social interaction, and provides the fundamentals of dance education in a safe and nurturing environment.

Our performance team have lots of great opportunities to dance together - such as Shark Park, The Easter show, Eisteddfods & our annual concerts at Sutherland and NIDA Theatres.

Boys dance too at KRS Dance! We provide boys-only classes to encourage boys to participate in dance with their peers and to participate in our recreation and Boyz Crew.

Our unique Flexistretch program is designed to specifically condition the dancing body safely.

Our student teacher training program provides important support for teachers and dancers.

Our dancers have opportunities to perform at Community Events such as the Royal Easter Show.

Our Dance Classes

We offer fully-structured classes in Jazz, Ballet (RAD), Contemporary, Modern (lyrical), Hip Hop, Acro and Tap. We also have performance classes, stretch and technique classes and Flexi Stretch classes, boys-only Hip Hop classes and pre-school dance classes and babyballet®. Join our courses any time during the term.

Dance Classes

General dance classes are designed for groups of dancers wanting to learning the fundamental skills and style of different genres of dance. They aim to train beginners right up to experienced dancers.

Classical Ballet (RAD) \ Jazz \ Lyrical (Modern) \ Contemporary \ Acro \ Mat and Tumble work \ Hip Hop \ Tap \ Pre-school program \ Boys-only classes

Our general stream has no prerequisites or prior experience. Dancers can choose many or a few classes a week, which are divided into age groups so that appropriate skills and content may be taught in each class.

We have some combo classes where there are two different styles taught to our dancers.

The KRS preschool program has a variety of classes for the younger dancer. babyballet®, mini Jazz, mini acro, mini stretch, mini tap and mini boys hip hop classes are a perfect starting place for the beginner, providing the fundamentals of dance in fun classes. With 20 classes on the timetable per week we are sure to find the perfect class for any pre-schooler taking their first dance steps.

KRS boys-only classes encourage boys to participate in dance with their peers. Boys are also encouraged to participate in our recreation and extension streams.

Training Classes

Training classes assist our dancers in their styles classes. They help improve flexibility, balance and control - while providing extra skills training, improved strength and conditioning.

Strength and Stretch \ Technique, skills and progressions training \ Flexi Stretch classes \ Mat and Tumble classes \ Advanced skills training

KRS Flexi Stretch classes are part of a unique conditioning program for dancers, assisting them - through use of resistance straps - to increase their strength and flexibility. We also include balance equipment to improve control and strength. This is a total conditioning program for dancers to complement their dance classes.

The KRS strength and technique class is designed to help dancers build strength and flexibility for dance.

The KRS Progressions class is where dancers can learn skills such as jumps, turns and extensions to complement their dance training for various styles.

KRS Mat and Tumble classes and Acro classes are where dancers can learn skills, tricks, tumbles, cartwheels, contemporary tricks, and partnering - safely and in a specific class with trained teachers and equipment.

Our teachers are available for private lessons to assist with extra training, solo work and exam preparation.

Specialised Classes

Specialised classes include performance opportunities for all dancers, classes for elite and aspiring-elite dancers looking for a career in dance, and a classical ballet program.

Performance program \ Extension program \ Classical Ballet \ Pre-professional Class

The KRS performance program allows our dancers to gain performance opportunities and much needed stage experience. Our dancers are regular performers at the Sydney Easter Show, compete in Eisteddfods, attend workshops, festivals and other opportunities as they arise.

The KRS extension program is designed to challenge elite and dedicated dancers and provides them with a strong technical base, so they are well prepared for full time courses and University auditions at pre-professional level.

The KRS classical ballet program is a full range of classes - from Babyballet® through to Advanced ballet. We follow the RAD syllabus and consistently achieve excellent results in ballet exams. Students may participate in ballet workshops and extra training and performances beyond our studio. We have both a recreational and exam ballet stream ensuring all students are challenged.

The KRS pre-professional class provides elite and passionate dancers mentoring, training, support, guidance and opportunities as they head out into the industry, full time dance training programs or Vocational Dance Courses. Places are by application only. We already have had success with our current students gaining contracts, attending full-time dance while working professionally.

Our Teachers

At KRS Dance, we believe passionately in a rich diversity of experiences, genres and abilities. This is reflected in our eclectic and ever-evolving faculty of dancers and performers, and our blend of experience and youthful exuberance.

Kylie Saunders: Principal (B.App.Arts.(Dance)./B.Ed)

Kylie Saunders is the Principal of KRS dance, and although she loves this role and the Studio her first love will always be teaching. Kylie still enjoys teaching all students from Babyballet®, recreational classes and adores teaching her performance and extension students and guiding our senior students into Pre-professional classes. Kylie believes that dance is for everybody and continues to provides extension and support for passionate dancers.

"For 14 years I taught Dance and Drama at Kirrawee High School where I was the dance coordinator. During that time I established HSC Dance Elective classes and helped to create a large and successful dance faculty. My HSC results in dance and Drama were consistently above the state average, with most students receiving a band 5 or 6 in these subjects".

"As a younger dancer I was taught by Susan and Peter Farrell and at the age of eighteen I joined the teaching faculty, where I taught for 14 years. During this time my choreography and our students won numerous prizes in Eisteddfods, in group, solo and duo competitions in Eisteddfods State wide. They have won scholarships and championships and have been much respected in the dance community".

"Many of my students have successfully auditioned for secondary and tertiary dance courses such as the University of New South Wales Dance Education Degree, The Victorian College of the Arts, Queensland school of Dance Excellence, The NSW Public Schools State Dance Ensembles, The Wesley Institute, Ev and Bow full time training centre, WAPA, The McDonald College and “So You Think You Can Dance”..".

  • Achievements

    My students received 38 Callback nominations since 2002, having been nominated to perform at an exhibition for exemplary HSC dance works.

    I have had students ranked 2nd and 5th in the state for HSC dance.

  • Experience

    Choreographer for the Schools Spectacular in 2006 and 2007 and have been employed by the NSW Public Schools Performing Arts Unit as a tutor and choreographer.

    Established and co-coordinated the Sydney Region Dance Camps and Ensembles in 2007 and co-choreographed the Sydney Region Middle School Dance Ensemble.

    Choreographed for the Sydney Region opening of the school year concert.

    Employed by the Office of the Board of Studies as a HSC Dance and Drama Practical Examiner since 2001.

Pete Evans

After moving to Sydney to further pursue his career in dance, Pete completed two years of full time training at the esteemed ‘Ev&Bow Full-Time Dance Training Centre' under the guidance of Sarah Boulter and Lisa Bowmer, where he was asked to perform as a member of their select company.

Upon graduating, he took part in the Dream Dance Company’s pre-professional program 'Show Business' facilitated by Marko Panzic and Katie Sanchez. During this time he was able to network with other like-minded commercial dancers, with whom he now works regularly.

Pete has continued to perform professionally within the Australian and International dance scenes. In 2016 he successfully auditioned for international production company 'Talent Avenue', who flew him to China to perform as a soloist for Honda's 'Avancier' launch in the Beijing National Stadium. Since returning, he has built for himself a notable commercial dance career, performing at multiple corporate events for brands such as ASICS, Dermaveen, St George Bank, Dr Lewinn's, SONY, Toyota, Qatar Airways, Sydney Trains and more.

Pete is in high demand as a teacher and choreographer across Australia due to his unique, athletic style of dance. Most recently, he was brought on as a creative for the NSW School Spectacular, the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, the 2019 Cemoy Campaign and assistant choreographer on ‘Dancing With Stars’.

It is Pete's commitment to being a dependable and well-rounded performer that has helped him cultivate a career spanning many facets of the dance industry. He prides himself on the opportunities he has earned as well as the creatives he has worked with.

  • Achievements

    In 2017 he travelled to Los Angeles to further his training. This gave him the chance to study under renowned teachers such as Jillian Myers, Megan Lawson, Camillo Lauricella and Teddy Forance. After returning to Australia, Teddy cast Pete in the Telstra 'Together It's Magic' TVC that he was choreographing, alongside some of Sydney's best commercial talent.

    At the end of 2018 Pete successfully auditioned for the second season of Jillian Myer's international training program and showcase 'Questions and Answers'. This took him to Tokyo, Japan, alongside only four other Australian dancers to complete the program and perform with likeminded creatives from all across the globe.

  • Experience

    After attending Neale Whittaker's weekly open classes, Pete was cast in the 2018 sold out stage show 'Una Palabra'. This production was the company's debut show and led to multiple performances with the cast across Sydney including showcasing at the Australian Dance Festival.

    Pete has worked extensively with world renowned company 'Opera Australia' performing as a seasonal dancer and actor in their productions of Graeme Murphy's 'Turandot' and David McVicar's 'Don Giovanni' at the Sydney Opera House. Most recently, he performed the principal dance role of ‘The Madator’ in Verdi’s ‘La Traviata’.

Elissa Golding

Ellie started dancing at the age of 2 and has trained in all styles for 21 years with her main training through KRS Dance under the guidance of Kylie Saunders, and Alex Dunlop. Ellie was a competitive dancer for 6 years which enabled her to forge a stylistic and industry ready style. After graduating Ellie has taken part in the Pre-professional program facilitated by Pete Evans.

Ellie has continued to perform professionally in the Australian and International dance scenes. In 2018 she successfully auditioned for Samba Brazil Entertainment where she was flown to Taiwan to perform at the World Flora Exposition in 2019. Upon returning she has continued to cultivate a successful commercial dance career performing for brands such as, Cartier, Mcdonalds, Mad Mex, Dessert Boxes, ING Bank and many more.

She's a multifaceted performer which has led Ellie to be a well-rounded teacher.

  • Achievements

    During 2020 Ellie had the opportunity to train exclusively with Metodo from Brazil. Having this training behind her has allowed her to perform regularly with Samba Brazil, one of Australia’s leading corporate entertainment companies, as seen on Australia’s got talent in 2019 on the live shows.

Jordy Williams

Jordy began dancing at the age of 3 with various studios, predominantly training with Turning Pointe Academy of Dance (2006-2015) and KRS Dance (2016-present) and has been trained in various genres of dance including RAD ballet, jazz, tap, lyrical, contemporary and acrobatics, competing since age 11.

"I started student teaching in 2017 and transitioned into teaching in 2019. Sharing my love for dance is such a big passion of mine and watching the growth week to week and over the years is so special. KRS Dance has the most beautiful family vibe and I am honoured to work under such an amazing Director with the most talented and hardworking teachers and dancers. I can’t wait to see what the future brings at KRS and am excited to further my knowledge and experience as a dance teacher for many years to come".

  • Achievements

    Jordy studied dance throughout high school receiving various dance awards and achieving a band 6 in the Higher School Certificate with 2 Callback nominations under the guidance of Lisa Bowmer of Ev and Bow full time Training Centre. Jordy is currently in her final year studying a Bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science at the University of Technology Sydney.

  • Experience

    Jordy has performed as a featured dancer in Rockdale Musical Society’s productions of "Calamity Jane" and "The King & I" in 2016 and 2017 respectively. She has also competed in both solo and group eisteddfods, travelling interstate and achieving many awards over the years.

Annabel Scully

Annabel is a performer with a strong passion for entertaining people. She grew up in the Sutherland Shire where she trained at KRS Dance from 2011-2018. Here she learnt a variety of styles including ballet, contemporary, lyrical, musical theatre and jazz.

Her ability to express intense levels of emotion and her unique textural choices are what make her a unique performer. Annabel believes the relationship between her mind and body as a result of movement is empowering/liberating.

"My vision for the dancers is to create an environment where students feel comfortable to explore different movement pathways & to encourage them to develop their own style/personal flare. By building good rapports with my students it will allow them to feel more confident. I will motivate them to challenge themselves & always strive to do their best".

  • Achievements

    In 2017 Annabel received 3 callback nominations for HSC dance. She also was awarded first for both Dance and Drama. Credits include: GRAZIA & Reebok collaboration with Des Fleurs, Women’s March Sydney 2019, ‘Controlled’ Sadiva Music Video & ‘Coming to Australia’ Tee Noah Music Video.

  • Experience

    In 2018 she received her Certificate IV in Dance at Ev & Bow Full time Dance Training Centre. Here she trained under the guidance of Sarah Boulter and Lisa Bowmer. She graduated from Ev & Bow in 2019 where she received her Diploma in Dance (Elite Performance). She is currently apart of One Dance Collective’s Company Development Initiative Program.

Bradley Crockford

Bradley began his dance training in hip-hop and commercial styles at the age of 13. He moved to Sydney in 2015 and studied full time at Brent Street Studios, where he delved into all styles of dance as well as acting and singing, and attained a Certificate IV in Dance and Performance.

He has continued to work on his craft along the way, training with international dancers and choreographers Tony Tzar, Rob Rich and WilldaBeast Adams. Well-known in the dance community for his prowess in street and commercial styles, Bradley is currently performing in an innovative LED Light/Dance show with 'Phly Crew'.

  • Achievements

    Bradley has signed with Sydney’s leading talent agency Jeep Management and had the privilege to work and perform with Rita Ora, Kelly Rowland and The Dream Dance Company.

  • Experience

    He is a core member of the hugely popular 'Phly Crew' and also part of The 'Richfam', an international dance community, founded and directed by Rob Rich.

Hannah Robinson

Upon commencing dance at the age of 3 through the means of physical culture, Hannah has since been trained in styles inclusive of ballet, lyrical, contemporary, jazz and acro.

She has trained for consecutive years in RAD ballet programs and the Australian ballet workshops. This extensive classical ballet training saw Hannah complete all RAD exams up to advance 1, where she received high distinctions. Hannah’s training has allowed her to assist in the preparation for RAD exams, ranging from pre primary to advanced foundation.

Hannah has now extended her training and ventured out in the professional scene through Samba Brazil entertainment where she performs regularly.

  • Achievements

    Over the years Hannah has been selected to perform in company productions including Wild Hearts Co and the NXT Gen project alongside the opportunity for her to dance at Disneyland.

  • Experience

    Hannah has had the opportunity to take part in training at both Millennium and The Alonzo King Lines Ballet Studios in America.

Alexandra Colagiuri (RAD RTS, MTeach(Sec), BSc)

Alexandra began her dance training at the age of 3 at Kennedy Dance Academy before moving to KRS Dance in 2009 where she continued to study RAD Ballet and took Modern/Contemporary, Jazz and Tap classes as well as participated in the studio’s performance team.

In 2011, Alexandra began training as a ballet teacher under Susan Seaton through KRS Dance’s Student Teaching Program and assisted in and taught many classes across different styles and age groups. After graduating high school, Alexandra began assistant teaching and teaching ballet exam and recreational ballet classes, performance ballet troupes, along with preschool aged classes through KRS Dance’s babyballet® program.

"My vision for KRS Dancers is to inspire a new generation of students to leap into the studio and express themselves through dance. For young children who are just starting, I hope my Babyballet® and Pre-Primary classes provide an enjoyable and nurturing environment to safely introduce them into the magical world of dance and also give them the vital foundations of dance. For my older ballet students, many of whom are training to pursue the art form or enjoy dance as a recreational activity, I hope to be able to provide them with the tools to grow both as an individual and extend themselves as a dancer. I believe each student is gifted with an amazing quality and everyone has the ability to strive for and achieve their personal best, no matter who they are and what their experience may be. I feel so fortunate to just be a small part in their journey and look forward to watching my students shine into the future".

  • Achievements

    In 2019, Alexandra gained RAD Registered Teacher Status after completing the Royal Academy of Dance’s Certificate of Ballet Teaching Studies course under the guidance and mentorship of Rebecca Rattew. In the same year, Alexandra completed her undergraduate degree, Bachelor of Science at the University of Sydney. Since then, Alexandra has worked in numerous education and outreach programs in schools and at the University of Sydney, where she also completed her postgraduate degree Master of Teaching (Secondary) in 2022. She is now a NESA accredited full-time teacher.

    Alexandra is committed to ensuring she continues to grow as a teacher in order to provide all her students with the best possible opportunities to reach their full potential; through staying up-to-date with emerging training and conditioning programs such as PBT, participating in regular RAD CPD courses, conferences and PL for teachers.

  • Experience

    As a student Alexandra participated in many dance programs and ensembles notably performing at Rock Eisteddfod Raw and School Spectacular and was a member of performance teams, representing her dance schools in both solo and troupe competitions.

    Alexandra has over eight years experience working as part of the teaching team in the KRS Ballet Department. Her roles have included preparing candidates for RAD Exams, co-producing and choreographing full-length ballets including The Adventures of Alice (2019) and The Nutcracker (2022) and working with troupe and soloist performers.

Charlotte Mowbray

Charlotte is trained in various dance styles including Jazz, Ballet, Contemporary, Lyrical, Hip Hop and Musical Theatre. She is also an experienced singer and actor, receiving six first place medals at the Quota Beenleigh Eisteddfod and her IB diploma with HL Theatre in 2022.

In 2022, Charlotte passed her Southern Federation of Dance teachers’ exam (Jazz syllabus) and received her SFD Teaching Certification. Charlotte has three years of teaching experience; she has taught everything from tiny tot’s ballet through to performance teams. From 2020 to 2022 she was mentored by studio principals - Hayley Iffland and Heather Barraclough, where she found her passion for teaching.

Charlotte believes that dance should be a safe and fun place for every student, and she hopes to foster her love and passion for dancing in them too. She is excited to be joining the team at KRS dance in 2023.

  • Achievements

    Apart from her SFD Teaching certification, Charlotte was highly commended in both her level 7 and 8 SFD Jazz exams.

    In 2020 Charlotte was accepted into the Queensland Academy for Creative Industries (QACI), which is a selective entry performing arts and academic high school in Brisbane. Charlotte achieved her IB diploma and qualified for places at four of the top schools offering Bachelor of Education degrees in Australia.

    In 2023, Charlotte accepted a place at the Academy of Music and Performing Arts (AMPA) where she is in her first year of a Bachelor of Dance Performance, majoring in Jazz. Charlotte plans on completing a Master of Education after finishing her undergraduate degree.

  • Experience

    Charlotte has performed in many musicals, most notably as Morticia Addams in The Addams Family with Mousetrap Theatre in 2020, and as The Cat in the Hat in Seussical with ‘BAMS’ in 2019. Other musicals that Charlotte has performed in include: Annie; Grease; the Wizard of Oz; Back to the 80’s; the Little Mermaid; Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat; and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

    Charlotte has performed in a number of dramatic productions such as Mother Courage in Mother Courage and her Children (by Bertolt Brecht) in 2021 and A Midsummer Night’s Dream with the Queensland Academy for Creative Industries in 2022. She has also performed as a singer and dancer at many public events.

Katie White

Katie has trained in various styles of dance since a young age, including contemporary, lyrical, ballet, jazz, hip hop and musical theatre. She grew up dancing in the Sutherland Shire but also travelled to train in advanced workshops and courses such as The Arts Unit’s State Dance program, which inspired her to become a skilled performer.

Her thorough understanding of technique and how to apply it is demonstrated by her dedication to teaching safe dance practice and challenging her students with new skills and concepts each week. “I aim to challenge my students and progress with their skill set and dance quality each lesson. It is important to me that I create a fun, safe and educational environment in my class to allow for everyone to enjoy themselves and learn something along the way. My goal for each student is to come home with a new concept or skill that furthers their love for dance. I also love to share my passion for performing and encourage kids to interpret dance in an expressive and unique way.”

  • Achievements

    Katie studied Dance through High School and achieved a callback nomination. In 2020 she received her Certificate IV in Dance at Ev & Bow Full-time Dance Training Centre. Here she trained under the guidance of Sarah Boulter and Lisa Bowmer. She graduated from Ev & Bow in 2021 where she received her Diploma in Dance (Elite Performance).

  • Experience

    She is currently a performer with ‘Samba Brazil Entertainment’ and ‘LED Dancers’, and has experience in TV commercial work. Katie was also an original member of The Tannos Collective project, where she was given the opportunity to create choreography and music, film dance videos and perform..

Nicole Dunn

Nicole Dunn trained in Classical Ballet and Character locally in the Sutherland Shire, with Rogerson's Ballet Academy from the age of 4. At a very young age, Nicole fell in love with Classical ballet, and after her years of training, began teaching at the young age of 16. In 1985, Nicole completed the Student RAD Teachers Course for one year, at RAD Headquarters Darlinghurst, with Distinction, and has been an RAD registered teacher since.

Nicole is passionate about keeping her teaching skills and knowledge current and up to date, and continues to do courses and teacher training seminars as supported by the RAD and their CPD requirements, as well as keeping her finger on the pulse of supporting disciplines including Pilates and PBT. Her greatest love when it comes to Classical Ballet, will always be in teaching and working with young dancers whose dream is to pursue a profession in the dance world, sharing with them her knowledge, understanding and love of Classical Ballet, and inspiring them to be passionate, motivated, creative and inspired dancers!

  • Achievements

    Nicole's love and passion for classical ballet and all genres of dance, inspired her to open Nicole Marie School of Dance at the age of 17, which she owned and was principal of for 34 years. With the large demands of looking after a family of 4 children, Nicole decided in 2019 to pass on her dance school to one of her former students, whom she mentored while completing her RAD Teachers Course. During her teaching career, Nicole has had extensive experience in preparing students for RAD ballet exams, always with outstanding result, as well as choreographing many Eisteddfod groups and solo routines for solo students, again with wonderful results.

  • Experience

    Nicole has taught for many dance schools in Sydney over the years, most recently classical ballet for full time students completing Ettingshausens Full time Musical Theatre Diploma Course. Nicole has nurtured and trained many young dancers throughout her years of teaching, many of whom have gone on to have professional dance careers or have entered dance related professions, most prominently in teaching. Nicole has mentored a number teachers undertaking the RAD Teachers Course, and she has also examined and adjudicated extensively during her career, including the Sydney Eisteddfod.

Alyssa Shea

Alyssa began her dance training at the age of 2, predominantly training with Dance Network Engadine (2003-2018) where her passion for dance started under the guidance of Emma Gaughan and Kira Nelson as well as KRS Dance (2018-Present) with Kylie Saunders and Alex Dunlop.

She is a well-rounded dancer who has trained in RAD ballet, jazz, tap, lyrical, contemporary and acro as a competitive dancer which has enabled her to become a stylistic and industry ready performer. From 2019-2022, Alyssa undertook KRS Dance’s Pre-Professional Program facilitated by Pete Evans. Alyssa studied dance throughout high school receiving various dance awards and nominations under Natasha Comelli and Vanessa Maroon.

"It is so special to be able to teach the next generation of dancers. BabyBallet® creates a fun and nurturing environment for young dancers that allows us as teachers to help develop their fine motor skills and introduce them to the magic of dance. I feel so fortunate to be a part of their dance journey as well as help provide them with fundamental dance skills. It is truly enjoyable to watch them build so much confidence, make friends and improve throughout the year surrounded by our beautiful dance family. I can’t wait to see KRS continue to grow!"

  • Achievements

    Alyssa is currently studying a Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Communications and Media in Marketing, Advertising and Communication and Public Relations at the University of Wollongong. Alongside teaching, she also works as a tutor educating kids from ages 5-18 as well as running her own business/university portfolio Elaia Collective.

    Alyssa has continued to pursue her love of dance through teaching. Throughout high school, she began assistant teaching and teaching recreational classes at DNE in various styles and now teaches preschool-aged students through KRS Dance’s reputable Babyballet® program as well as helping out with the performance team.

  • Experience

    In Alyssa’s career, she has had the opportunity to work for several production crews both as a dancer and production assistant. In affiliation with JLD Entertainment Alyssa has worked for many highly regarded companies including Channel 9, Channel 7, SBS, NRL and the NBL. At the age of 15, she began dancing for the Cronulla Sharks under the ‘67 Crew’ where she soon transitioned into the ‘Cronulla Sharks Mermaids’ and ‘Illawarra Hawks Dancers’.

Madi Kennedy

Madi has trained in dance for over 20 years, starting at the age of 2, in all styles including Tap, Jazz, Lyrical, Classical Ballet, Hip Hop, Contemporary and Musical Theatre. Growing up, Madi trained under the Australasian Dance Association (ADA, formerly FATD) syllabus and has completed all her ADA exams.

Madi holds her Pre Elementary, Elementary, Intermediate and Advance Teaching Diploma Certificates with the ADA in Tap and Jazz. She is currently sitting her final teaching exams for the ADA Ballet Syllabus, already holding her Pre Elementary and Elementary and Intermediate Diploma Certificates.

Aside from dancing, Madi has also worked in Extras for TV, including ‘Ten Pound Poms’ (Stan), ‘Mr Inbetween’ (Foxtel) and ‘Home and Away’ (Channel 7).

  • Achievements

    In 2019 Madi was accepted to study a Diploma of Dance (Elite Performance) with Dargie Entertainment. She then went on to complete a second year and graduated with an Advanced Diploma of Dance (Elite Performance) in 2020. She is now signed as a Dancer and Singer with Dargie Entertainment.

  • Experience

    Since being signed in 2020, Madi has been working in the industry, including performing at the FEAST Autumn Equinox Show as a Tap Dancer, dancing for the 2022 T20 Men’s Cricket World Cup, working as an Illusionists assistant, filming a Tik Tok Advertisement for Energizer Batteries, and has been hired as a singer and dancer for wedding entertainment and other performances.

Raegan Williams

Raegan Williams has been learning ballet since she was 3 years old. She trained with the Marie Walton Mahon Academy and completed all RAD exams with high distinctions up until Solo Seal. Raegan has completed her Certificate 4 and Diploma in dance performance under the guidance of Marie Walton with the National College of Dance.

Raegan recently performed in Locreado Dance Company's 'Nothing'. Directed by Loredo Malcolm and guest choreographer Amy Campbell. Limitless dance companies first 2 seasons 'Both Sides' and 'SE7EN' choreographed by Mitchell Turnbull. The combination by Vi Lam and Loredo Malcolm.

Raegan has been on secondment with Daniel Jaber in Adelaide. She has performed with Catapult dance in 'It Girl' and 'Stories In Our Steps' collaborating with Tantrum Theatre and choreographed by Cadi Mcarthy. She has completed 3 residences with high profile choreographers and dancers Adam Blanch, Kristina Chan, Joshua Thompson and Craig Bary.

  • Achievements

    Raegan has assisted choreographed on 'So You Think You Can Dance' with choreographer Debbie Ellis. Received an internship with Melbourne Ballet Company and has completed a secondment with Australian Dance Theatre in Adelaide.

  • Experience

    She worked on Carnival Cruise Lines completing 4, 8 month contracts, including Carnival Destiny, Carnival Imagination and the Carnival Triumph twice. Performing Broadway, burlesque and magic shows.


For many dancers, the chance to perform in front of an audience is their ultimate dream. At KRS Dance, our dancers get fabulous stage experience at shows, Eisteddfods, festivals and events.