Common Anomalies

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Form Dance Projects and Riverside Theatres presents

Common Anomalies


Venue

Lennox Theatre

Dates

02 November - 04 November 2017

Event Type

Live Event

DANCE BITES 2017

Common Anomalies is a triple bill of solo dances by young artists, vastly different in style, exploring their cultural identities. Solos interconnect breakdance, contemporary techniques, vogue, modern dance and folklore in dynamic and challenging vignettes. These works are cross-cultural, personal endeavours that capture a unique snapshot of a world of diverse and interconnected people, multiethnic and globalised.

APPROACHING GONE (#ytfingers)
Creator and Performer: Bhenji Ra
Bhenji Ra explores the feminine body in popular culture, modern dance and the ballroom scene.

What We Don’t See
Creator and Performer
: Imanuel Dado
Imanuel Dado attempts to journalise some of his questions about life decisions and second-guessing including artistic choices, career pathways and personal relationships.

Ġbejniet
Creator and Performer: Carl Sciberras
An ode to a soup recipe by Carl Sciberras’ nan. Like Sciberras, the soup has origins in Italy, Malta and Australia, and will be used as a metaphor to explore mixed race heritage. Sciberras will cook the soup and dance (his)tory in-between.

Dates & Times:
Thursday 2 November at 8pm
Friday 3 November at 12.30pm (schools performance) & 8pm
Saturday 4 November at 8pm

CHOREOGRAPHERS AND PERFORMERS BHENJI RA, IMANUEL DADO and CARL SCIBERRAS

LEARN THE REPERTOIRE SEE THE SHOW FRIDAY 3 NOVEMBER 10AM WORKSHOP (90 minutes) Studio 404, Church St (cnr Ross St) Parramatta 12.30PM Matinee Performance (Lennox Theatre, Riverside) Suitable for Years 9 – 12 and Tertiary students Education Bookings: education_riverside@cityofparramatta.nsw.gov.au PH: 02 8839 3308

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Ticket Options

Adult $35
Concession $28
Transaction fees apply
Phone $4.60
Web $3.60
Counter $2.60
Screen $1.65
School Bookings $3.30

Duration

90 mins (includes a 20 minute interval)


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