photography: Shane Reid
Intimate Space is a series of experiential site-specific solo and duet works of dance theatre presented within a hotel.
On this travelling adventure, a Hotels sophisticated bar and lush rooms with views are contrasted by the stark undertones of the nooks and crannies of its back-of-house operations. Guided by an evocative soundscape by Jason Sweeney, the physical conversation takes a similarly diverse journey. Guests will witness a tender and cheeky duet in a private room then an urgent physical explosion in the laundry. All looks neat and tidy but what is going on behind the scenes of these emotional dance vignettes?
Presented in a transient place unsuspecting guests unknowingly form the backdrop to the performance by going about their everyday business in the hotel space.
Challenging themes of visibility, authority, self-worth and relationships, the dancers ask you to uncover meaning in the delicately crafted movement. Both elegant and humorous, be surprised and enchanted by this exquisite performance experience.
The Restless dancers are charming, engaging and unique. The individuality of the artists is a major strength of the company. They may not fit the stereotypical dancer image but it is in their difference that you see their beauty and creativity. Audience members will be surprised, perplexed and enchanted by the exquisite performance experience.
photography: Shane Reid. L to R: Jesse Rochow & Jianna Georgiou
In The Balance was presented as part of the Adelaide Cabaret Festival at the Dunstan Playhouse with The Audreys playing live.
In the Balance explored the intricacies of how people behave and interact at a party.
We stumble, bounce and back flip on the awkward jorneys we make to become who we are. We are in the balance and realise our dreams when we party on the dance floor with a no fear attitude.
photography: Andy Rasheed. L to R: Chris Dyke and Lorcan Hopper
photography: Sam Oster. L to R: Lorcan Hopper
photography: Sam Oster L to R: Jianna Georgiou
Salt is a work developed for touring by Spanish based Director Rob Tannion.
Salt is an exploration of worth, value and commodity. Not just in terms of material goods, but also in self esteem and societal values. The production premiered at The Odeon Theatre in Adelaide January 2014…