Jamie Kaye

Jamie started her performing arts journey when she was just 18 months old. Under the guidance of her mother, Lindsay Punch, and grandmother, Marie Cubitt, Jamie's passion for performing arts flourished and she is now the Principal of the Central West Performing Arts Studio in Orange NSW. Jamie loved doing workshops and competing at eisteddfods throughout New South Wales, winning multiple scholarships and accolades both in dancing and drama. Whilst studying in Orange, Jamie completed her Advanced 2 RAD and Cecchetti Intermediate receiving distinction in both. She has also completed all tap exams through LGTDA and jazz exams through ADA, always receiving Honours Plus. At 16 Jamie was accepted into Queensland Dance School Of Excellence to study full-time classical ballet. After a short stint in Queensland Jamie realised she wanted to be closer to home and relocated to Sydney to study full-time at Brent Street. Jamie was then awarded a scholarship through Cecchetti to study in England for 3 months allowing her to experience some of the best contemporary companies in the world and also take class from the industry's best at Pineapple Dance. Whilst living away Jamie realised that her hometown of Orange, with her family, was where she wanted to be and she returned home at 18 to share her knowledge, passion and skills. Back at home Jamie completed her teaching qualifications through ADA and IMEB and continues to study and progress herself as a teacher. Choreography is a passion of Jamie's and her work has received high praise from many well-known industry professionals. She has also been nominated for a CAT award for her choreography through the Orange Theatre Company. Jamie is thrilled to be invited to adjudicate troupes at Wollongong Eisteddfod in 2017.



Dance Troupes

Speech and Drama

Senior Vocals

Modern Vocals Pop and Musical Theatre


String Instruments

Wind Instruments