Andrea Brown

Chair of Calisthenics, Board Member & Volunteer Calisthenics is not always just something you do – it can seep into your soul and become part of who you are.  It teaches you discipline and teamwork, it aids development of gross and fine motor skills, it gives you the confidence to get up and perform on…

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Carolyn Bennett

Carolyn Bennett – Volunteer and Vocal Discipline Chair My very long history with South Street spans the length of (almost) my entire life. I first competed at South Street as a young girl in Calisthenics for 10 years, then as a teenager in piano (for one very unremarkable year) and then in vocals for many…

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Judy-Ann Quilliam

I am delighted to have recently joined the Royal South Street Society in the role of Business and Marketing Manager. As a past competitor and parent of past competitors, my love for the performing arts have never left me! I was never one of those competitors that won many places at eisteddfods, a scattering of…

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Kylie Cleary

I have a long and proud association with Royal South Street, as a performer, Coach, and volunteer. I am the current Principal of Sovereign Calisthenic College. In 1978, Sovereign Calisthenic College opened in Ballarat, and I attended my first class as an eager 5year-old. I recall instantly falling in love with calisthenics, its diversity, and…

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Lexie Brown

Lexie was involved with RSSS as a competitor in several sections before signing up as a volunteer, including the choral section during primary school played trumpet in the school band section. entered the vocal section for several years during secondary school. But these forays into performing arts were short-lived – her first and lasting love…

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Rebecca Garlick

Rebecca Garlick (Wiseman) My South Street journey began as a one-month-old going along with my family to the calisthenics. Mum had to watch the Graceful Girl of 1981 through the little peep hole in the door as I was not a happy baby that night. Well,that has certainly changed as I have attended ‘The Comps’…

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Wendy Riding

Wendy has been involved in Calisthenics for most of her life. She first started as a young 3-year-old at the Ballarat Calisthenic College and continue their as a student, and Assistant coach for 16 years. Wendy has fond memories of competing at Royal South Street at Her Majesty’s Theatre, as well as the Civic Hall. …

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