Flic Manning is a  Dance Choreographer, Teacher and Performer currently residing in Melbourne, Australia.

She has been dancing and performing since the age of 3 in styles ranging from Pointe Ballet, Calisthenics and Lyrical Jazz through to Hip Hop and Latin American. She has an unbridled passion for dancing which has been evident since her early years as a successful performer in a range of musicals including ‘Chicago‘, ‘Annie‘, ‘A Chorus Line‘ and ‘Oklahoma‘ to name a few. Flic knew what she wanted to achieve even as a child and was aware of what it would take to be at the top of her game. She was always willing to give her heart and time to any project she was involved in and has toured in a number of productions as a result.

Flic is quickly becoming known as a “fusion” specialist, due to her ability to adapt and combine a variety of dance styles together.

Her creative flair has lead to her recent successes in Choreographing for Short Films, Music Videos and the Stage with productions like “Honeypot“, “Hurricane” (music video and behind the scenes documentary) ,”Burlesque through the eyes of Minsky Malone” from the 2010 Melbourne Fringe Festival, “One Trick Pony” (music Video), and a new Children’s Musical called “The Balinese Princess and the Funky Monkey“, which was staged in early 2011 and again in September 2011.

She is also the In-House choreographer for Pan International events company and Cultural Infusion, which has allowed her to choreograph for various Corporate and Goverment partners in styles ranging from Indigenous dance and Bollywood through to Hip Hop and Taiko.

Flic is the creator of Evixa; a dance style based on the fusion between Latin and Hip Hop. Dance Classes are running in Melbourne now.

Flic will be traveling overseas this year to continue her choreography and to promote Evixa worldwide.