The search is on for the Clarence Hotel’s calendar models. Over 13 weeks, 12 guys and 12 girls will be chosen. A guy’s calendar and a girl’s calendar will be shot by Paul McDonald and profits from its sale will go to charity. The search starts at the Clarence Hotel on Wednesday 3 June. For more details visit clarencehotel.com.au.
AT THE BALLET
Each year The Australian Ballet’s choreographic discovery program, Bodytorque, showcases the best in new choreography performed by some of Australia’s hottest young dancers. In 2009, Bodytorque 2.2 is about the pairings at the heart of dance -” whether it’s two dancers entwined on stage in a pas de deux, a muse and maker creating as one, or the relationship between dance and its sonic counterpart. Bodytorque 2.2 is at the Sydney Theatre at Walsh Bay from 27 – 30 May. Bookings on sydneytheatre.org.au or 9250 1999.
It’s Moist this Friday 29 May at Arq Sydney. To help celebrate the countdown to Pink’s arrival in Sydney, the night will showcase a sexy tribute show with special Moist dancers. DJs include Sandi Hotrod, Shalyn Gray, Bella and Miss Match. Doors open at 9pm and entry is $10. More details on arqsydney.com.au.
Every Little Step explores the incredible journey of A Chorus Line from an ambitious idea to an international phenomenon. The show compares and contrasts the original musical with the current revival. It also investigates the societies in which they’ve debuted, and why the themes are so universal. It’s released on DVD on July 2. For more details visit EveryLittleStep.com.au.
Catch the Frocks at the Coopers Hotel every second Sunday. The next performances are 7 and 21 June. The bistro at the venue is open seven days a week from noon. For more details visit coopershotel.com.au.
The Dungog Film Festival kicks off this Thursday, 28 May. The legendary film festival will be held over four days and will highlight the latest in Australian cinema. In addition, three scripts have been selected to be read and will attract some big names from the acting world including the cast for Jonathan Worsley’s romantic comedy Coming of Age, which includes Bruce Spence, Jeanie Drynan, Joan Sydney and Tom Cocquerel. For more details visit dungogfilmfestival.org.