FORGE

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FORGE


Venue

Lennox Theatre

Dates

10 March 2018

Event Type

Live Event

PARRAMASALA 2018 presents

FORGE by ANNALOUISE PAUL

FORGE is a metaphor for the human soul that is beaten and shaped through life. Reckoning with self, a woman follows voices that lead her to a place of refuge. Fragments of her memories are revealed through a pentagram, images of civil war are inspired by Picasso’s iconic Guernica, Garcia Lorca’s poetry and ancient voices that are released in the songs of Sephardim. Evoking the blacksmith’s iron furnace, Forge recasts the soulful flamenco through contemporary dance, flamenco rhythm and the percussive power of the piano.

Annalouise won the 2012 inaugural Australian Arts in Asia Awards in DANCE and 2013 NSW Premiers Export Scholarship.

Dates & Times:
Saturday 10 March at 6:30pm

MASALA PACKAGE | $55
Click on the special link to book tickets to MASALA NIGHTS plus any 1 of the Parramasala 2018 Dance performances and save
Performances include; Infusion, Simply Tarab, Bharata Natyam, Forge or Folly & Time  

FESTIVAL PASS | $ 75
Click on the special link to book your FESTIVAL PASS to MASALA NIGHTS plus any 2 of the Parramasala 2018 Dance performances and save
Performances include; Infusion, Simply Tarab, Bharata Natyam, Forge or Folly & Time

Ticket Options

Adult $30
Concession $22
Child (under 16) $22
Full Time Student $22
Masala Nights Package $55
Festival Pass $75

Duration

60min (no interval)


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