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Footnote Dance - Made in New Zealand 2012

Footnote Dance - Made in New Zealand 2012

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When:

  • Tue 12 Jun ’12, 8:00pm – 9:15pm
  • Wed 13 Jun ’12, 8:00pm – 9:15pm

Where:

The Opera House, 111 - 113 Manners Street, Wellington

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General admission: $30.00
  • Concession: $20.00

Website:

Footnote Dance

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Footnote Dance

Inspired by New Zealand, Footnote Dance present their touchstone season Made in New Zealand tour.

Featuring kiwi choreographers Ross McCormack, Malia Johnston, Sarah Foster-Sproull, and Claire O’Neil, presenting four new individual works in this season.

The premier season of Made in New Zealand 2012 featured in the Dunedin Fringe, returning after last years ‘Best of the Fringe’ award and this year winning 'Best Dance'.

Footnote Dance celebrate their sixth year of collaborating with cutting edge choreographers and musicians to present this landmark season.

The four works encapsulated in Made in New Zealand 2012 are all cutting-edge and feature four very different works from a selection of New Zealand’s most interesting and talented choreographers:

'(SEX)', by Ross McCormack - Flesh, skin, urge, trance, ecstasy, beauty, cruelty.

'In Pieces', by Malia Johnson - Several sections of movement choreographed by the dancers using tasks that metaphorically investigated falling, trip and exit.

'Southern Cross' by Clare O’Neil - It’s a one-way ticket, from west to east, from here to there, from then to now, from birth to death, from calm to turbulence, from the city into the bush and from inspiration into action.

'Trance Like Happiness', by Sarah Foster - influenced by Sarah’s recent trip to study in Israel.

Celebrating not only the talent of dance, director Deirdre Tarrant is commissioning three new compositions from New Zealand musicians Jason Wright, Andrew Foster, and Riki Gooch. Malia Johnston will be choreographing to music by Eden Mulholland, Tall Dwarfs, and Rhian Sheehan.

Performed by company dancers Manu Reynaud, Emily Adams, Olivia McGregor, Alice Macann, Lucy Marinkovich and Levi Cameron.

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