connectingvibes* Preparing to Launch New Season of Dance – Treading the Baseline
Treading the Baseline is a mixture of revised repertory pieces as well as new works created by a mix of well-established and new choreographers. It’s a program of work specially designed to open the mind to a multi-sensory experience.
The program for this new season of dance comprises of the following:
Traces of Home
A favourite work featured last season from Jamaican born choreographer Oniel Pryce. Exploring memories and relationships, the piece is a contemporary fusion of Caribbean dance movements.
Leave Me a Message
This piece explores some of the thousands of messages left in cyberspace every day, from the mundane to last minute pleas of love, life and death.
Waiting for…. NEW
A piece that looks at how some people wait forever for the ‘Big Moment’ – that ‘Once in a Lifetime Opportunity’, while others refuse to wait preferring to take destiny in their own hands.
Dancehall 3000 NEW
A newly commissioned piece from Dancehall specialist Paradigmz that is heavily influenced by the fluidity of dance hall movements linked with a dynamic urban reggae sound. With Dancehall 3000 you’ll definitely feel the vibes of contemporary Caribbean movements.
By all Means Necessary NEW
This is a newly commissioned piece by Sheika Edwards, a recent graduate from the Dance Foundation Degree program, it examines the ruthlessness and bravery that you sometimes have to apply when you identify that certain things no longer have a place in your life.
Treading the Baseline premieres at City & Islington College on Thursday 07 April 2011 with a matinee at 2:00pm followed by an evening performance at 7:30pm. There will also be an evening performance at City & Islington College on Friday 08 April 2011 at 7:30pm.
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