'Blood on the Dance Floor explores the legacies and memories embedded in our bloodlines and each person’s need for community and connection. Examining the way in which blood defines a person, Boehme questions how our most precious life source can both unite and divide us.'
'With a contemporary voice Jacob Boehme pays homage to the ceremonies of his ancestors whilst dissecting the politics of gay, Blak and poz identities in a visceral narrative that voyages time, space and character. Blood on the Dance Floor is an unapologetic physical monologue.' (Source: Ilbijerri Theatre Company website)
Premier performance at Arts House, North Melbourne Town Hall, 1-5 June 2016.
Writer/Performer: Jacob Boehme
Director: Isaac Drandic
Choreographer: Mariaa Randall
Sound Designer: James Henry
Videography: Keith Deverell
Spatial Designer: Jenny Hector
Dramaturge: Chris Mead
Movement Consultant: Rinske Ginsberg
Supported by Ilbijerri Theatre Company.