Ten Days on the Island presents
DANCENORTH WITH LIMINAL SPACES
A mesmerising study of human potential from Dancenorth, the new superstars of Australian contemporary dance. A World Premiere season, Dust is an intensely physical journey into the lottery of birth: how our backgrounds shape our responses to the challenges and chances of life. Surrender to this trance- like and audacious performance with dancers at the very top of their game. Played out against a beautifully designed and ever transforming set from Tasmania’s own Liminal Spaces, with haunting live violin by Canada’s Jessica Moss, this is a show you’ll never forget.
FRI & SUN 7PM
THE DON BOSCO CREATIVE ARTS CENTRE
PREMIUM CONCESSION $54 A RES $49
A RES CONCESSION $44
SAT 23 MARCH
FOUNDERS ROOM, SALAMANCA ARTS CENTRE
CONTEMPORARY DANCE AND PHILOSOPHY: AN UNLIKELY ALLIANCE?
A conversation with choreographer Kyle Page, creator of DUST and Artistic Director of Dancenorth about how the birth of his son has altered his approach to life and art. Untethered by language as it is, how might Contemporary Dance support philosophical enquiry, where might this creative journey be leading, and how does it translate to the audience experience?