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I Love Myself, Do You? dives into concepts of beauty, identity and self-worth, while exploring the old Cherokee fable of two wolves fighting within you. One is good, the other is evil. Which one wins? The one you feed.
MDCD’S mission is to challenge creativity; explore diversity and broaden audiences within dance.
Commissions and performances include: Breakin' Convention at Sadler's Wells, Emerge Festival, Resolution 2017, East London Dance, Junction Dance, The Space Theatre, The Broadway Theatre, The Longfield Hall, IQL event, Stara Arena (Czech Republic), Dom Kultury Cadca (Slovakia), Nakuru Players Theatre (Kenya), Footprint Festival and others.
“Mesmerising, Intriguing and intimate”
- Audience member Camberwell Arts Festival
Created and performed by: MCDC – Michaela Cisarikova Dance Company
Choreography: Michaela Cisarikova
Dance Artists: Michaela Cisarikova, Jenn Vogtle, Anna Guzak
Music Composer: Ross Allchurch
Costume designers: Louise Jane, Rane Jiang
A cathartic attempt to give life to the traumas that trap us, releasing them as creatures into a shadowy world. With sculptured light and visceral movement driven by electronic soundscore.
Using memories sucked from the choreographer’s experience of major spinal surgery, warped through the surreal minds of illustrator Simon Gardner and composers Low Island, Burnt Out serves to translate extraordinary physical experiences into quantifiable living things. Evolved using illustration, composition and movement into a creature and it’s world, four dancers now deliver the species in full chaotic glory. For a lightyear second this remarkable team of multidisciplinary artists bring another world briefly into view.
Choreography: Sara Green
Illustration: Simon Gardner
Composition: Jamie Jay & Carlos Posada [Low Island]
Costume: Auriol Williamson
Choreography Assistant: Sara Kaspersen
Dancers: Olly Bell, Steff D’Arcy, Orion Hart, Murielle Werthauer
;(Happy Father’s Day) a reflective cumming-of-age piece with a comedic edge. This is a heart-stirring journey that focuses on a vital relationship from an unexpected point of view. With the use of Hip-Hop Dance, Dani's fusion of movement and text narrates a biological tale of a sperm cell hoping to find his purpose in life.
Dani is a young, yet experienced performer and choreographer based in South-West London. Graduating in 2013 from University of East London - studying Dance: Urban Practice, His passion is to express his appreciation for the previous and current pop cultures in dance (specifically Hip-Hop Dance).
"He took an unconventional topic and made the character relatable & personable. Physicality, dialogue, staging, lighting, soundtrack was so effective. A puberty lesson I wished I had during my school years." -
- Audience Member
Commissioned by Artist 4 Artist for ‘Man And Men’
Instagram: @musickal_92 ; @dan_sia ; @ppl_dc
Venue: at The Place