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Intensive week to promote dance in ACT
Alison Plevey is hoping to cultivate a professional dance culture.
Local contemporary dancers have
launched Strange Attractor, an
intensive dance workshop designed to
foster the professional dance scene and
the development of choreographic
work in the ACT.
The unique project has been
produced by Alison Plevey, Adelina
Larsson and Jamie Winbank and
funded by Arts ACT.
"We just saw the need to build an
independent dance community in
Canberra," Ms Plevey said.
"There is such a rich culture of
dance in Canberra but beyond youth,
school or studio dance it's really
difficult for professional artists to
make work and sustain a career in
Nine dancers, all with connections
to Canberra, will develop, discuss and
investigate their creative ideas during a
week-long workshop in the studio at
the Gorman Arts Centre.
dance choreographer Natalie Cursio
will act as a mentor, providing a
critical eye for the dancers as they
experiment with ideas.
The rigorous clinic will culminate
with two public showings on Saturday,
August 16, at 6pm and Sunday, August
17, at 5pm. More than providing
audiences with a polished show, Ms
Plevey said the performances would
draw out discussion about
choreographic approaches and
demonstrate the process behind dance
"There will be snippets of ideas that
dancers have discovered through the
week's process that they are looking to
test out on an audience," she said.
"Dance is a performing art but it's
really about the development and
discussion of the work."
In its first year, Strange Attractor
aims to draw in those that have left
Canberra and ignite a connection
between dancers that will make and
show creative contemporary dance
"Art breeds in communities that
support it,'' Ms Plevey said.
We are trying to keep people
connected so they come back and build
a really rich dance scene here in
We need to ensure we have
independent platforms like this for
professional dance artists to connect,
collaborate and get work up.''
ALBUM: WHITE WOMEN / ARTIST: CHROMEO
Playful, infectious album full of Chromeo groove
Canada's dance pop duo Chromeo
deliver a tongue-in-cheek and slightly
deranged fourth album.
David Macklovitch and Patrick
Gemayel's new album is smooth, easy
listening with soulful grooves and '80s
It is perfectly suited to a fine winter
day or the smell of spring with its
dance-pop sheen likely to colour your
day and have you feeling good.
There is also a sexy element in the
sleazy-type tunes and lustful lines
peppered throughout the songs that
leaves you with the impression the
collective duo of Chromeo are either
super-confident or a bunch of
desperadoes. To really appreciate the
strength of the songwriting, the
sophisticated and stylish production
techniques and the snippets of humour
on display, it's best not to take White
Women too seriously.
If you listen to the groovy fun of
Sexy Socialite you could easily cringe
at lyrics like "I could be your
boyfriend and your counsellor" but if
you take it in your stride you'll
recognise it is a playful, infectious pop
song that should be enjoyed for what it
Lost on the Way Home featuring
Solange is as deep as the album gets
with a hint of drama in the electro-funk
with the diva exchanging emotive lines
Ezra's Interlude is built around Ezra
Koenig of Vampire Weekend's falsetto
and is slightly silly, but oddly likeable
when included on an album meant for
good times and easy listening.
Soaring far above expectations,
dynamic contemporary circus
ensemble Circa bring S to the stage in
Feats of athletic aerial acrobatics
and captivating contortion stretch our
idea of what the human body is
capable of. The show is a creative and
kinesthetic exploration of the letter S.
The Brisbane-based circus
ensemble chart new territory as seven
lean acrobats create seamless
symmetries and shape in time with
music performed by the Kronos
After touring the Helpmann Award-
winning show to some 30 countries
since 2006, Circa artistic director and
chief executive Yaron Lifschitz said
the group were happy to be home.
"At the heart of Circa, is our
ensemble of acrobats. Having
performed all over the world, they are
so thrilled to be able to perform again
in Australia," he said.
"Circa has created a boutique
contemporary art form from the
traditional languages of circus. All of
our shows speak directly to audiences
and reveal our humanity."
Catch S at The Canberra Theatre
Centre August 6-9. Tickets from
$35 plus booking fees at
com.au or 02 62750 2700
Tuesday, August 5, 2014
PLAY MARKS BREAKOUT'S
Cowra no Hancho Kaigi (Honchos
Meeting in Cowra) tells the story of
545 Japanese prisoners of war in
Cowra, NSW, and how they
planned the largest prison break
attempt in Australia's history. The
play demonstrates the shame of
captivity for the Japanese
soldiers. Directed by Yoji Sakate,
the play will be performed in both
Japanese and English.
The Street Theatre, August 6-7, from
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