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SYDNEY CHOREOGRAPHIC CENTRE
Sydney Choreographic Centre Black Box studio shows are an opportunity for participants of our programs, our Ensemble, or creative collaborators to show work in progress, studies or short new works
Admission is by minimum donation of $30.
Maximum capacity is 30 people
7 pm for 7.30pm start
Our Black Box studio shows are an opportunity for participants of our programs, our Ensemble, or creative collaborators to show work in progress, studies or short new works. They are hosted in the SCC studio in Alexandria and are intended to offer short and exciting pieces, and to give emerging choreographers and dance artists a chance to show their work to an invited audience.One new work by Francesco Ventriglia, and two new choreographic works Ginger Hobbs and Audra Tory, choreographers in the SCC Master Program 2022
Audra Tory Title: Abyss
A deep dive into the journey one experiences taking the plunge into the unknown. The piece takes form through the exploration of the divers perspective into the unnavigated depths of oceanic caves.
Ginger Hobbs Title:Chatter Box
Chatter box is a reflection of the universal disorder of sleep insomnia. As we go to bed every thought, emotion and experience is given the freedom and space to roam, in turn our brain is overwhelmed, and thinking can become obsessive. The more we try to let go the more erratic we become, and sleep feels less and less attainable. In desperation we use numerous techniques to wade our way into subconsciousness such as routine, entertainment and distraction. However usually in the end it is our thoughts that drown and exhaust us until our bodies reach their limit and it must give in to sleep.
Admission is by minimum donation of $30.Maximum capacity is 30 people - click on the button to secure your seat.
Artists: Announcing soonPhoto Credit: Lucy Parakhina
Level 1/5-7 Bourke Rd, Alexandria NSW 2015
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