With Bangarra Since:
Family Background:
Glory is a descendant of Indjalandji Dhidhanu and Alyewarre Aboriginal tribes, in the North West Queensland and Northern Territory, and of Scottish, English, Irish, Welsh, Chinese and Spanish heritage.

Glory joined Bangarra in 2016, one of two Russell Page Graduate Program recipients. She studied dance at NAISDA.


The experience that has made the biggest impact on Glory was attending a cultural residency, learning and performing cultural dance in community on Saibai and Moa Islands, in the Torres Strait and Elcho Island, North-East Arnhem Land.


Glory first saw Bangarra in 2011’s Belong, and it has been a long-held goal of hers to join the company. OUR land people stories in 2016 was her debut season with Bangarra, and she has since toured nationally with Bennelong, regionally with Terrain and OUR land people stories, and internationally to Copenhagen, Berlin, Bonn, Paris and USA.


In 2023, Glory makes her choreographic debut with Keeping Grounded for Dance Clan. 

“The organic cohesion between them as an ensemble is undeniably authentic”

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