Metro Arts and Mad Dance House present a Creative Development Showing of


By Sam Evans

An exploration of the different personalities within all of us and how we use them to survive, thrive, and have some fun along the way.

Everyone slips into different roles as we navigate the world, trying on different personalities to satisfy expectations, go after what we want, and figure out who we are. While these traits help navigate our lives and difficult situations we face, they can often become at odds with one another. Stories of the sad clown and introverted performers to name a few. How do we reconcile all the people we become?

This Time It’s Personal unpacks these ideas through movement, dance and comedy to get a better understanding of ourselves and others. Possessing an unconventional skillset like “The Robot” and “Street Dance Freestyling” Sam engages audiences to make you think while you smile.


Fri 17 Jun




The Studios
Metro Arts, West End


General Admission $10.00 plus booking fee

Booking fee $0.50 – $0.80 per ticket purchased


Approximately 75 minutes. Please note – a lockout period applies. Latecomers may be admitted at a suitable break in the performance.


Recommended for ages 15+. Contains some coarse language, haze effects, and use of lazer pointers.

IMAGE CREDIT: Cecilia Martin.


Sam Evans

Sam Evans is a Brisbane-based dance artist, specialising in popping, robotics, and animation, while also being adept in many more dance styles. Despite only started his dance journey at the age of 17, Sam quickly made a name and career for himself in the entertainment world. Performing nationally and internationally with his crew Swagamama, and as a founding member of Equals Dance crew, he was an Australia’s Got Talent grand finalist in 2016. Sam currently works as an independent contractor for both corporate and creative works, while also employed as an entertainer at Dreamworld and has been involved in succesful theatrical works such as MINDED and COLLISION. As a freestyle dancer, Sam utilises his musicality, concepts, and movement to tell a story and engage an audience in response to real-time stimulus. Not taking himself too seriously as he believes entertainment (especially through laughter) always comes first.

Sam Evans  Performer/Creator


This project is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland. Metro Arts is supported by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body. Metro Arts is supported by the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland, part of the Department of Communities, Housing and Digital Economy. The Emerging Producer XChange is supported by the Ian Potter Foundation.













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