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Cronulla Sharks Entertainment is set to be even bigger in 2017!

Sharks HQ is calling for The Shire’s fiercest dancers to audition for our new 67 Crew!

Can you dance like nobody’s watching… in front of tens-of-thousands of fans who ARE?

The Club is on the hunt for male and female dancers experienced in Hip Hop, breaking, acrobatic or extreme cheerleading stunts. Dancers must be professional, versatile and able to pick up choreography quickly.

For the Kids Crew, we’re seeking both male and female performers with experience in either intermediate or advanced levels of dance. Dancers must be able to pick up choreography and experienced in styles such as jazz and hip hop.

Both crews will feature the fiercest dancers to raise the roof at Southern Cross Group Stadium, centre-stage at all Sharks home games (pregame, sideline and corporate events).

All dancers chosen must be available throughout the 2017 NRL season.

Both the 67 Crew and Kids Crew will also be choreographed by Jacqueline Elliot from JLD Entertainment.

Think you’ve got what it takes? Send your CV, dance/performance experience and photos to [email protected] to receive an audition application form and further audition information.


Key Audition Information:

Date: Sunday, 11th December

Time:   11:00am registration for a 11:30am start (Kids Crew) and 2:30pm registration for a 3:00pm start (67 Crew)

Dress:  Comfortable dance attire. Sneakers, high tops or jazz shoes. Show off your unique style!

Age:     12 years old and above (Kids Crew) and 18 years+ only (67 Crew)

Location: SMI (Sports Medicine Institute) 1-3/545-549 Kingsway, Miranda

Dress: Sneakers and comfortable dance attire. This is your chance to showcase your unique style and stand out from the crowd! Females- do your hair and make up as you would for a game day performance.

Acknowledgement of Country

Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.