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Presented by Rambert
This piece explores emotional connections and physical attachments. It examines the relentlessness of a relationship and the uneasiness that is felt when letting go.
Carolyn was born in Columbia, South Carolina USA. In 2011, Carolyn received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Dance Performance and Choreography from the University of South Carolina. She has created numerous top ten solos for the International Youth America Grand Prix Competition (where she was also a member of their guest faculty), as well as various other competitions in the US. Carolyn has created works for stages at the University of South Carolina, South Carolina Governors School for the Arts, amongst others.
Where Things End and Ends Meet first premiered at Rambert’s New Choreography platform in December 2015 and has since been performed at The Future programme at The Lowry in Salford Quays. Carolyn joined Rambert in 2013.
Cast: Edit Domoszlai, Liam Francis
Collaborators: Anne-Marie Bigby (Costume Design), Lucy Mountjoy (Lighting)
Special Thanks to: Rambert, Stephen Quildan, and Adelene Stanley
Five unique stories of sons being left by their fathers during their childhood years. Fathers and Sons explores the emotional, psychological and practical consequences of the father’s absence.
Following the tradition of German Tanztheater the piece conveys the emotional, psychological and practical consequences for the child in a credible and visually emphatic fashion.
Tanztheater Adrian Look is a London based Dance Theatre Company with the artistic ambition of delivering excellence and innovation within dance theatre by extending the tradition of German Tanztheater. TAL is dedicated to beauty, credibility and depth by combining partner work, technical skill and emotionally expressive movement vocabulary.
Dancers: Songhay Toldon, Joshua Gill , Phoenix Chase-Meares, Richard Pye, Gösta Sträng
Thanks to The Place and our collaborators Cristobal Catalan (video and visuals), Santiago Martinez (light), Marie Yagami (costumes) Mark Mallabone and Becky Leslie (production, marketing)
Isn't it beautiful to belong to something? A poetically crafted work of live-music and dynamic choreography. As a collective
we ask questions around co-existence, equality and autonomy.
”It was beautiful and pure. Organic. It took me to distant places. Thank you” - Audience member (at Independent Routes, Chisenhale Dance Space
Humanah Productions is a company of dance, film and music artists founded in 2014. The company takes inspiration from human experiences and stories seen through a poetic lens, using games, text and choreography as creative tools.They have presented stage/film work and led workshops in the UK and Sweden.
Community is Humanah Productions third piece presented at The Place after Zeitgeist (2014) and Egress (part of Resolution 2015).
Many thanks to Sicoma Floor AB, Sweden for kindly supporting Humanah Productions.
Duration: 95 mins
Venue: at The Place