Riverside presents Dancenorth
Created by Amber Haines and Kyle Page
Wearing your very own pair of kaleidoscopic fireworks glasses we invite you to enter a space of tangled imagination, where light and sound collide in an ever-changing landscape of bewilderment and wonder in Dancenorth’s magical production Rainbow Vomit.
This interactive, eye-popping dance show will delight audiences. Designed especially for young people, Rainbow Vomit is a place where anything is possible, everything can happen, and much more than colour erupts from the darkness.
Suitable for: Ages 6+ and their families
Dates & Times:
GENERAL PUBLIC SHOWS
Tuesday 26 June at 6:30pm
Wednesday 27 June at 10:15am & 1pm
This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body. Tour supported by arTour, an initiative of the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland, part of the Department of the Premier and Cabinet. Dancenorth is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body. Dancenorth acknowledges the assistance of the Queensland Government through Arts Queensland. Dancenorth acknowledges the support of the Townsville City Council.
Directors and Choreographers
Lighting and Set Designer
Image and Photos by
Suitable for Years 5 – 10
FROM THE PROGRAM COORDINATOR
When we found a show that combines UV rope, holographic ‘firework’ glasses, exciting choreography and unicorns, we just had to have it! Your students will hurl with excitement at this unique production. The best thing about this show is not only that it is amazing, but that the learning potential extends beyond CAPA and into the science lab as a great example of how light works.
Download the Curriculum Links here: Rainbow Vomit Curriculum Links
Download information on how to book here: How to Book
Download Riverside’s Risk Assessment here: 2018 Risk Assessment
High levels of audience interaction creating a less formal environment and requiring less ‘passive’ attention by audience members.
This production has a strong music focus.
This production has strong visual cues giving students a different reference point for comprehension of the narrative or subject matter.
Download information about access at Riverside here: Access at Riverside