Joe Carbone is a performer and head instructor with Dauntless Movement Crew (DMC).
DMC is a movement based team which combines art forms such as Tricking, B-Boying, Parkour and Acrobatics. We started in 2012 with just six members. In 2016 DMC has expanded to over 30 members and we’re teaching more than 120 students. DMC members are split between teaching, entertaining at wedding and corporate events, and performing for TV commercials and theatre.
We’ve featured in films such as ‘Fat Pizza Vs Housos’ and ‘Kingsman’. We’ve also performed in commercials for Telstra, St George Bank, Aussie Beef, Studio Ten, Sony FIFA World Cup, QANTAS inflight commercials, and even performed live on Channel 7 Sunrise.
DMC entertains guests all over Australia at events varying from festivals to weddings and corporate events. We average five entertainment events per week through the two groups.
We also perform and teach at community events, including our homeground Fairfield City Council, at events including Bring It On Festival (part of Youth Week) and Cabramatta Moon Festival.
We also teach weekly workshops on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Friday evenings and Saturday mornings. These classes vary across Tricking, Parkour, Dance and Kids Fitness classes inFairfield, Liverpool and Canley Heights. Our main focuses in teaching our range of art is to bring members of the community together, showcasing their skill and talent and offering a fun and supportive place to learn and engage in physical activity.
Force Majeure and Powerhouse Youth theatre have combined to create a theatre show based on DMC’s rags to riches story. It is a fully funded show that has been performed at the Powerhouse Youth Theatre and will show at the Sydney Opera House this year and will go on to tour across Australia. All performers in this show are DMC members.