Newspaper article Daily News (Warwick, Australia)

Warwick Dancers Can Tap in to Drew; from Darling Downs to Chicago, Craymer Aims to Ignite Talent

Newspaper article Daily News (Warwick, Australia)

Warwick Dancers Can Tap in to Drew; from Darling Downs to Chicago, Craymer Aims to Ignite Talent

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AFTER watching Michael Jackson do the famous moonwalk move on TV, Drew Craymer pestered his parents to let him learn to dance like the king of pop.

The 22-year-old Toowoomba dancer has not looked back since. He will be in Warwick next month to teach budding talents do the moonwalk and many other dance moves.

"My career has taken me places that I had only dreamed of going," Mr Craymer said.

"At 16, I headed off to Sydney to follow my dream. After completing my training at the Brent Street Studios in Sydney I landed my first job as backing dancer for Caroline O'Connor from the Broadway musical Chicago- I have not stopped working since.

"My workshop on July 7 at the Killarney School of Dance (KSD) studio is my way of giving back to the community. The talent in country towns is beyond belief."

He said to be a success in the entertainment industry it was important to be able to sing, dance and act.

"Australians are known as triple threats all around the world because we can do all three," he said. …

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