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Issue Details: First known date: 2014... 2014 Articulating Landscapes
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'The words of two prominent West Australian authors are articulated through the language of dance in this evening of short contemporary works performed by the talented Aboriginal and non-Indigenous dancers of Ochre Contemporary Dance Company. Excerpts from the writings of authors Kim Scott (That Deadman Dance) and Stephen Scourfield (As the River Runs) will be presented through dance, followed by brief insights from the choreographers into the process in which they engaged to bring these words to life in the studio. ...' (Source: Ochre Contemporary Dance Theatre website)

Notes

  • This work is expressed through contemporary dance.

Production Details

  • First performed 22-24 July 2014, at the Masonic Contemporary, Nedlands Western Australia, Australia.

    Choreographers: Penelope Mullen, Gary Lang, Floeur Alder, Jesse Martin, Matthew Tupper

    Creative Team:

    Studio Manager: Penny Mullen

    Stage Managers: Rhianne Perrie, Ben Cooper and Joe Lui

    Sound Design: Josh Hogan

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