Nicest Kids in Town • Song & Dance Europameister, European Open 2004

Successful Premiere at the European Open 2004 in St. Pölten

Nicest Kids in Town • Song & Dance Europameister, European Open 2004

Nicest Kids in Town • Song & Dance European Champion, European Open 2004

Stuff Like That There • Stepp Silber, European Open 2004

Stuff Like That There • Tap Silver, European Open 2004

After the successful competition premiere of the Broadway Connection, Vienna’s First Show School at the Austrian Open, from April 23-25 2004 our team went to the VAZ St. Pölten to the European Open 2004 in Musical & Showdance.

The successful dances from the Austrian Open all qualified for the European Open thanks to the high points they got.

Like at the Austrian Open, also at the European Open the quality showed thanks to experienced, professional dancers like musical star KrisTina Decker. Our students won 3 European Championship Titles and 2 Runner-Ups!

We congratulate the dancers and the choreographer KrisTina Decker for this outstanding success.

Don’t Dream It.
Be It.

Results European Open 2004

1st Place & European Champion

STRAIGHT UP (Choreography: KrisTina Decker)
Tap • Small Group • Juniors
Kerstin Lasshofer, Berenike Frantsits, Cornelia Schlemmer, Panja Böhm

IF MY FRIENDS COULD SEE ME NOW (Choreography: KrisTina Decker)
Musical Dance • Solo • Kinder
Naomi Rischko

NICEST KIDS IN TOWN (Choreography: KrisTina Decker)
Song & Dance • Group • Juniors
Jakob Semotan, Kimberly Reidl, Berenike Frantsits, Panja Böhm, Aleks Georgieva, Michael Höfner, Kerstin Lasshofer, Stefan Mosonyi, Juan Neumeister, Michaela Pircher, Daniela Pospichill, Franz Quitt, Naomi Rischko, Cornelia Schlemmer, Olivia Teix

2nd Place & European Vice-Champion

TOXIC SLAVE (Choreography: KrisTina Decker)
Open • Duo/Trio • Seniors
Petra Böhm, Maria Gabler, Nadine Gabriel

STUFF LIKE THAT THERE (Choreography: KrisTina Decker)
Tap • Small Group • Seniors
Petra Böhm, Nadine Gabriel, Aleks Georgieva, Eva Hlawaty, Patricia Melchert, Daniela Pospichill, Cornelia Voglmayr

Austrian Open 2004

Great Start for the recently founded Competition Team at the Austrian Open 2004 in Hörsching

Austrian Open 2004

Tap • Small Group • Juniors, Austrian Open 2004

Toxic Slave, Staatsmeister Austrian Open 2004

Toxic Slave, National Champion Austrian Open 2004

Already in the first School Year of the newly founded Broadway Connection, Vienna’s First Show School, KrisTina Decker sent her students with 5 choreographies to the Austrian Championships in Musical and Showdance, the “Austrian Open 2004“, which was taking place in Hörsching from March 20-21, 2004.

The focus on high quality by eduction from experienced, professional dancers like the musical star KrisTina Decker herself was confirmed by the result:

All 5 dances qualified for the final round and they won 3 National Championship Titles and 2 National Vice-Champions!

We congratulate all the dancers, as well as the choreographer KrisTina Decker for this outstanding achievement.

Don’t Dream It.
Be It.

Results Austrian Open 2004

1st Place & Champion

TOXIC SLAVE (Choreography: KrisTina Decker)
Open • Duo/Trio • Seniors
Petra Böhm, Maria Gabler, Nadine Gabriel

IF MY FRIENDS COULD SEE ME NOW (Choreography: KrisTina Decker)
Musical Dance • Solo • Children
Naomi Rischko

NICEST KIDS IN TOWN (Choreography: KrisTina Decker)
Song & Dance • Group • Juniors
Jakob Semotan, Kimberly Reidl, Berenike Frantsits, Panja Böhm, Aleks Georgieva, Michael Höfner, Kerstin Lasshofer, Stefan Mosonyi, Juan Neumeister, Michaela Pircher, Daniela Pospichill, Franz Quitt, Naomi Rischko, Cornelia Schlemmer, Olivia Teix

2nd Place & Vice-Champion

STRAIGHT UP (Choreography: KrisTina Decker)
Tap • Small Group • Juniors
Kerstin Lasshofer, Berenike Frantsits, Cornelia Schlemmer, Panja Böhm

STUFF LIKE THAT THERE (Choreography: KrisTina Decker)
Tap • Small Group • Seniors
Petra Böhm, Nadine Gabriel, Aleks Georgieva, Eva Hlawaty, Patricia Melchert, Daniela Pospichill, Cornelia Voglmayr

Peter Pan is Back

Peter Pan is Back

Peter Pan is Back

Poster: Peter Pan is Back

Peter is an unemployed teenager with poor perspective for his future. His day is filled with hanging around – and his computer. His best friend is a computer program, headstrong, intelligent, cheeky and thinking autark; programmed by Peter and named “Tinkerbell”.

Only Wendy Liebling, an engaged director of a social project, manages once in a while to get Peter and his friends out of their lethargy. She enables them to develop computer games for “Hooks Entertainment”. Their latest project: “The Black Pirates” which allows the user to dive into the virtual reality.

Harald Hook, cold and equaly clever business man and owner of the game empire, wait impatiently for the completion of the game.

But there are always new problems. Only Tinkerbell could help, but she remains silent. Did Hook just plot a devilish plan? Or is it Samantha’s intrigue, Hook’s beautiful lover? Or is it at the end to fault of Peter that the game is not running?

An exciting, spectacular and entertaining musical about growing up and becoming adults.

All that – and more in Theater Akzent …

Don’t Dream It.
Be It.

Venue:
Theater Akzent
Theresianumgasse 18
1040 Wien

Dates:
Wednesday, June 2nd 2004, 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, June 3rd 2004, 7:30 p.m.
Friday, June 4th 2004, 10:00 a.m.
Friday, June 4th 2004, 7:30 p.m.
Monday, June 7th 2004, 10:00 a.m.

Tickets:
Theater Akzent
Argentinierstraße 37
1040 Wien
Phone:+43/1/501 65 33-06
Fax: +43/1/501 65 33-99
www.akzent.at

Artistic Director: KrisTina Decker