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The LIVE Series: LOVE ME

The LIVE Series: LOVE ME

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  • Tue 30 Aug ’11, 8:00pm – 9:30pm
  • Wed 31 Aug ’11, 8:00pm – 9:30pm


Galatos, 17 Galatos St, Newton



Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $10.00

The LIVE Series – an exciting new performance platform now presents the third of three healthy doses of choreographic soup to warm your hands this winter.

The Producing Project invites you to fall head over heels with LOVE ME, the final of The LIVE Series.

After biting into a testing site of nooks and crannies in TASTE ME and experiencing a different sensory blast in HEAR ME, The LIVE Series’ final season will get your heart racing with an explosion of dance that will engage, amuse, provoke, and give our audience a feel-good time.

Whether you’re looking for love or looking to love, this show has something for everyone. Immerse yourself in the world of LOVE ME where roaming break-dancers will treat you right, stunning duets will delight and relationships will come under the spotlight. Witness the body communicate with power and humour, share a moment in time with Madonna and more.

LOVE ME features a bold new work by Fringe Festival award winner Alexa Wilson alongside works by, Jesse Quaid, Serene Lorimer, Tia Reihana, Bianca Hyslop, Kerrin Burns and Lucy Beeler, Rapana Maihi and Lydia Zanetti. Curated by James Wenley and Rapana Maihi.

LOVE ME, Love You. The LIVE Series TASTE ME and HEAR ME had great audiences and got the reviewers attention, don’t wait - LOVE ME will surprise and please.

After the opening night (30 August) performance, the audience is invited to join the artists and a panel of guest speakers for the forum, “Difficult Discussions”. Focused on themes relating to choreography and curation, this is an opportunity to engage your thinking in current discourses on performance! The Producing Project looks forward to presenting a show that will excite, challenge and get your heart pumping.

The Producing Project is an artist run production and curation collective facilitated by DANZ, Centre for Choreographic Research Aotearoa, Dance Studies at the National Institute of Creative Arts and Industries, The University of Auckland and MIC Toi Rerehiko and is funded by Auckland Council. The Producing Project is James Wenley, Christina Houghton, Maximus Smitheram, Rapz Maihi, Zahra Killeen-Chance and Lydia Zanetti.

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