With an extensive international dance career that spans both theater and commercial dance, Rohan Seinor is passionate about dance not just as a profession, but as an art form too. Be it the stage, film or TV, Rohan fulfills each role with conviction and artistic tenacity. Some of his iconic stage roles include Bernadette in Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Fred Casely in the original West End production of Chicago, Riff in West Side Story, Al De Luca in A Chorus Line, Jack Vetriano in Oh What a Night and many more. In addition to dancing, singing and acting are also Rohan’s strong suits as they go hand-in-hand with theater dance. His skills and professional expertise have led him to pursue teaching roles at highly reputable performance art institutions such as NIDA, WAAPA and Brent Street Studios.
Most recently, Rohan has co-created the Inspired Dance Film Festival Australia because he is truly thrilled and excited about bringing the Australian dance community together through the dance film festival. In his spare time, Rohan likes to swim in the ocean, cook hearty meals and spend as much time hanging out with his family and friends.
With an entertainment career that spans more than 30 years, Ian Knowles is a dancer, choreographer, teacher and artistic director with outstanding career achievements to his name. His work has taken him from one corner of the world to another, working as a cast member, director or choreographer for high-profile productions. His theatre credits include ‘Cinderella’, ‘Anything Goes’, ‘West Side Story’, ‘Fiddler on the Roof’, ‘My Fair Lady’ and ‘Hello Dolly’. His choreography credits include “Bali Agung – Legend Of A Goddess” which is still performing in Bali today, “Colours Of Malaysia” Opening Ceremony, “Sound Of Music”, Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games and many more. He was thrilled to become the Artistic Director of the Full-Time dance course at The Space Dance and Arts Centre Melbourne, giving him the skills to take the next step in his career.
Dance has always been Ian’s passion and he is proud to be the co-founder of Inspired Dance Film Fest Australia, to continue his vision of creating opportunities for the dance community as a whole.