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RIVERSIDE THEATRES, PARRAMATTA
A new rollicking one-of-a-kind work by the WE ARE HERE Company
$28: Adult$38: Concession
10:30am and 8pm
RADICAL TRANSPARENCY is a new rollicking one-of-a-kind work by the WE ARE HERE Company exploring the intersection between honesty and artifice, wild and tame, light, and dark, process and performance, raw and manufactured, and how on earth in this day and age we are going to present new dance work that is sustainable, wild, buoyant and afloat while it feels like everything is sinking.
The We Are Here Company holds artistry, performative range, and collaboration in its work, contributing and redefining the current look, approach, and style of Australian contemporary dance. The We Are Here Company is a new, breakthrough contemporary dance company like no other. It comprises powerful performers (aged 20-30 yrs) who are open-minded, able to dance with ‘heart’ and exhibit performative and choreographic potential.
At its helm is the formidable and award-winning artist Emma Saunders. From directing the highly successful Encounter season at Sydney Festival 2020 to the We Are Here Company, Emma brings her wealth of dance experience, energy, and generosity.
Director/Choreographer: Emma SaundersWe Are Here Company dancers: Vishnu Arunasalam, Warren Foster, Emily Yali, Fiorella Bamba, Katrina Sneath, Gabriella Green Olea, Liam Berg, Naomi Reichhardt, Sarah Kalule, Rachelle Silsby, Rory Warne, Sarah Goroch, Claire Rodrigues, Josh O'Connor and Chris Wade. Collaborating Writer: Felicity CastagnaCollaborating Videographer: Dom O'DonnellCollaborating Set Designer/Costume: David Capra Collaborating Musician: Matt Steffen
MORE INFO: https://www.form.org.au/radical-transparency/
Corner Market &, Church St, Parramatta NSW 2150
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