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Mea Culpa


Venue

Lennox Theatre

Dates

17 October - 19 October 2019

Event Type

Live Event

FORM Dance Projects and Riverside Theatres present
Dance Bites 2019

MEA CULPA

Cloé Fournier (Australia/France)


In her newest dance-theatre ensemble work, Cloé Fournier scrutinises our relationship with technology and how social interactions continue to evolve – ever-changing over life and times.

Fuelled by a science fiction trans-human narrative, Mea Culpa displays a futuristic society composed of a remaining microcosm of 7 female bodies. Exploring and exploiting the idea of the human machine: part-mechanical, part-human; Fournier develops a movement aesthetic that blends and stretches contemporary and French folk-dance vocabularies.

…embodying the female form as the absolute centre of attention (Cloé Fournier) examines the metamorphosis of the female entity obliged to constantly adapt to a demanding society or to reconfigure, as a means of survival.” Mark G Nagle – Theatre Now 18/06/18


Thursday 17 October at 7:45pm
Friday 18 October at 7:45pm
Saturday 19 October at 7:45pm

Choreographer
Cloé Fournier

Dramaturg
Peter Maple

Lighting Designer
Guy Harding

Costume Designer
Melanie Liertz

Music Composer
James Brown

Ticket Options

RIVERSIDE MEMBERS
Adults
$30
Concession $25
30 Club $28
NON-MEMBERS
Adults
$35
Concession $28
Transaction fees apply
Phone $4.60
Web $3.60
Counter $2.60
School Bookings $3.30

Available Dates

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Show dates

Duration

60 minutes

Getting Here

Riverside Membership

30 Club

Dining at Novotel

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