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Nikki Webster

Introduced to the world as the girl who flew at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games; Nikki's had an extremely successful music-recording career with ARIA nominated gold and platinum hits; She's been the face of a range of makeup for young teens; The face of the Movieworld Theme Park; Was named #10 on Who Weekly's "Power List"; Is a ‘Mo' and Variety Heart Award winner; Played the dream role of Dorothy in the multi-million dollar Australian production of ‘Wizard of Oz'; Has her own clothing range at Kmart; and…she's only 20-years-old.

At the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony, the world watched in as a tiny pale figure with little blonde curls and big innocent-eyes, walked to the center of the Olympic Stadium clad in a cute pink sundress, laid down on the “beach,” and began to dream. Before a live audience of 110,000 and 3.7 billion global viewers, the petite school-girl began to rise. The crowds held their breath as the fearless 13-year-old “Hero Girl” flew eight-stories high; fly swimming through the magnificent display of sea creatures, her voice ringing through the air “like an angel”.

This is the day that Nikki Webster became a household name, and one of the “most watched faces in the world.” The “Golden Girl of the Olympic Games…” the “Darling of the Olympics.” The day that Nikki's life changed forever and her own dreams began to come true.

At just 20 years of age, Nikki has already made an indelible mark on the Australian Entertainment Industry, as well as winning the hearts of countless throughout the world. After her outstanding performance at both the Opening and Closing ceremonies, Nikki received her own Olympic Gold from the successful release of the Olympic hit singles “We'll be one” and “Under Southern Skies.” Another achievement added to a career that had been developing since Nikki was a toddler; but it was the Olympics that sped everything up.

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Scott Webster

From a young age, Scott Webster had an affiliation for the performing arts and it was only natural for him to begin his career in this direction from higher education, performing on stage to opening Dance @ Nikki Webster.

Scott has a well-rounded background in teaching and of the performing arts. Over the past years through his other company Procreate Productions Pty Ltd Scott has developed contracts and become AASC accredited with the Australian Sports commission helping to recognise dance as a sport and teaching dance, acrobatics and musical theatre in centres and schools around Aust.

Scott moved to Perth to acquire his BA in Music Theatre at the prestigious Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) in 2005. Accumulating certificates in managing behaviour for children between the ages of 5-12, behavioural management, workplace behaviour, first aid, OH&S as well as accreditation by the Australian Sports Commission, Scott is thrilled to be able to offer his skills, experience and expertise towards Dance @ Nikki Webster.

Scott has performed in highly acclaimed musicals and operas with Opera Australia and Gordon Frost including Les Miserables, Witches of Eastwick, Little Shop of Horrors, The Secret Garden, Chess and La Boheme to name but a few.

Working behind the scenes as the event coordinator for the Brewhaha Inner West Youth Week Festival and Strathfield Carols by Candlelight, and producer of the Western Australian production of Three to Tango, Scott has managed to gain a comprehensive understanding of all facets of the performing arts industry.

In 2008 Scott focused his full attention to building and opening a performing arts studio with his sister Nikki. Dance @ Nikki Webster has quickly become Australia's Premier performing arts studio.

In 2010 Nikki and Scott launched a Talent Agency for kids Talent @ Nikki Webster. A cutting edge Talent and Modeling agency for kids offering entertainment representation to a select number of performers – all under the age of 17yrs. Scotts’ clients have starred in Annie, Young Talent Time, Mary Poppins, and the agency has represented clients such as Alana Mansour who stars in steven speilberg’s Terra Nova and Naomi Sequira who is a Disney Channel host and budding pop star.

2012 saw the expansion of Scott and Nikki’s business as they opened a new dance studio in Erina on the Central coast in January. The new studio has taken the central coast by storm, and is now the home to more than 400 students- learning all the skills to performing and how to become a triple threat under the guidance & mentor program of Nikki & Scott Webster. Scotts choreographic skills have been in hot demand in 2013 as can be seen in multiple commercials (Red Cross, Stan Walker, IFAW, Save the whales) and many shows currently running throughout Australia.