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plenty serious TALK TALK


Venue

Lennox Theatre

Dates

30 August - 01 September 2018

Event Type

Live Event

FORM DANCE PROJECTS AND RIVERSIDE THEATRES PRESENT
DANCE BITES 2018

plenty serious TALK TALK
VICKI VAN HOUT

plenty serious TALK TALK is a new dance theatre work exploring the consultative process involved in indigenous art making. Vicki Van Hout (Director, Stolen, National Theatre of Parramatta) lays it bare for the audience to appreciate the full complexity of negotiating culture across disciplines, genres and eras.

plenty serious TALK TALK is intended to ignite dialogue, placing the artist in provocative situations, sometimes seemingly nonsensical. Through stomping country in thongs on concrete and expressing the complexity of kinship protocols through the machinations of rugby league competitions, to conducting spirit dances in busy urban thoroughfares.

Choreographer Vicki Van Hout is recognised for creating humorous narratives blended with an idiosyncratic indigenous movement language that celebrates and illuminates the sophistication of the world’s oldest living culture.

CHOREOGRAPHER/PERFORMER
VICKI VAN HOUT

DATES & TIMES
Thursday 30th August at 8pm
Friday 31 August at 12.30pm and 8pm
Saturday 1 September at 8pm


 

Ticket Options

Adult $35
Australian Pensioner & Senior $28
Child & Under $28
Full Time Student $28
Transaction fees apply
Phone $4.60
Web $3.60
Counter $2.60
Screen $1.65
School Bookings $3.30

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Duration

60 minutes

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