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Issue Details: First known date: 2008... 2008 Bubble
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'Bubble is a dark, comical piece about the barriers we put up between ourselves and the world. As their world comes crashing down around them the characters realise that life is smoke and mirrors, a journey that can only end in death. Bubble is a return to the high impact spectacle that Legs on the Wall is renowned for. It is a fusion of acrobatics, contemporary dance, contact improvisation and everyday movement. Performed with a live three piece band, the music for Bubble is reminiscent of a carnival somewhere between circus and an old Hollywood musical.' Source: Legs on the Wall e-newsletter 15/04/08.

Production Details

  • Presented by Legs on the Wall at The Studies, Sydney Opera House, 23 July - 2 August 2008. Director: Rowan Marchingo.

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