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Emeritus Professor Susan Street
Emeritus Professor
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Performing Arts and Creative Writing
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MA (City University, London)

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* Field of Research code, Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification (ANZSRC), 2008


Professor Susan Street is the Executive Director, QUT Precincts

Choreographic works
Her seven most recent choreographic works include:

  • 2007: Urban Ballet, Dance Bytes, QUT
  • 2004: Faust (Act 11), Hong Kong
  • 2001: 11 Travatore (Act 11) and Adiemus, Hong Kong
  • 2000: Prayer, Singapore
  • 1998: Glory Box, Brisbane and Compendium, Taiwan
  • 1997: Heavens Place, Brisbane.
This information has been contributed by Emeritus Professor Susan Street.


In 1995, Sue Street was Consultant Curriculum Writer for the Australian Ballet School.
Sue has also been an academic consultant to:

  • LaSalle SIA, Singapore Institute of the Arts, Taiwan National University of Arts
  • SPACE Hong Kong University
  • Deakin University
  • Victorian College of the Arts
  • University of Western Sydney
  • University of Adelaide
  • Western Australian Academy for Performing Arts (WAAPA).
  • Victorian College of the Arts Secondary School
This information has been contributed by Emeritus Professor Susan Street.


  • Street S, (2007) Students' Perception of the Role of an Internship in Dance Teacher Preparation for Hong Kong Secondary Schools, Dance: Current Selected Research p65-77
  • Street S, (2007) Seizing the Moment: Positioning Dance within 21st Creative Industries, Taiwan Dance Research Journal p43-63
  • Street S, (2004) Faust
  • Street S, (2001) Adiemus
  • Street S, (2006) Daniel Yeung - Hong Kong. In conversation with Susan Street
  • Street S, (2006) Nei Mei Yeung - Hong Kong. In conversation with Sue Street
  • Street S, (2006) Zui Cheuk-Yin - Hong Kong. In converstion with Susan Street
  • Street S, (2006) Independent Choreographers, Why They Dance: Narrations of Hong Kong Dance p227-256
  • Street S, (2006) Guest Editorial, Dance Forum p11
  • Street S, (2006) Siezing the Moment, Dance Australia p7

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