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A wry, honest and eccentric look at what it is really like to be a professional dancer.
Living is dancing explores the desire that dancers have for finding performance work, voyeuristically watching three dancers trapped in the audition process. It embodies a time when you are at your most optimistic, naive, venerable, full of energy, self-conscious but determined to spend a lifetime in dance, before you grasp that nettle. Performed by dancers from companies apprentice programme and aimed at KS3/KS4.
Justine Reeve and Company make work that reveals the diverse state of existence exploring the unhinged aspects of the human condition. There is an on-going exploration of the relationship between movement, text, music and comedy and how these forms can be used to reveal a mischievous and poignant expression.
A homesickness for a home to which you cannot return, a home which maybe never was; the nostalgia, yearning, the grief for the lost places of your past...
Artistic Director Shaun Dillon returns to Resolution with his first solo work. Stark and brutally honest stories and images play episodically, escalating with composer Jonny Colgan’s driving original score.
'Complex and emotional'
- Everything Theatre
Dillon Dance is a London based contemporary dance company that focuses on bringing highly physical, emotionally charged and challenging work to the stage.
Support from the University of Roehampton
Please note: The piece Dillon Dance is presenting at Resolution 2018 is different to that printed in the brochure (the brochure was correct at the time of printing).
Resilience faces issues that alter the natural vulnerability of the heart, experience mixed art forms as you journey through personal stories that most females have endured, and be left empowered.
Rhimes Lecointe, Creative Director and Choreographer of Boadicea Dance Company has been in the performance industry for over a decade. Rhimes' passion is to empower women and growth through dance as she did for herself.
Boadicea Dance Company was brought together in 2010 by Rhimes (StreetDance 3D, Into The Hoods) to be a kink in the realm of hip hop & commercial dance.
Boadicea Dance Company is supported by Studio Wayne McGregor through the FreeSpace programme.
Credits: Centre Stage Studios, Fiona Whyte Photography, Neon Performing Arts
Duration: 0 mins
Venue: at The Place