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New contemporary dance duet Waiting Game speaks to the joy, humour and tragedy within everyday life.
$22.19: GENERAL ADMISSION$16.91: CONCESSION
If you are unable to access the venue for any reason please feel free to get in touch with Phaedra below for a discounted, digital version of the show."
New contemporary dance duet Waiting Game speaks to the joy, humour and tragedy within everyday life. Drawing on themes from absurdist theatre, the work embraces the need for connection in a world that seems so illogical. It reflects Australia’s period of pandemic isolation and celebrates the humans who muddled through.
Choreographer and Performer: Phaedra BrownPerformer: Tamara BoumanComposer: Oscar SweeneyPhoto Credit: Sandra Therese
6/82-84 Enmore Rd, Newtown NSW 2042
Phaedra Brown is a dancer/choreographer from Sydney. She created ‘A Small Spectacle’ (Melbourne Fringe 2020, March Dance 2021) and ‘Animinimalis’ (Melbourne Fringe, 2018, Guild Theatre 2019). Phaedra holds a BFA Honours Dance (VCA), a Certificate IV Dance (Ev & Bow) and is undertaking a Curating and Leadership Masters (UNSW). Performances include Interchange Dance Project’s ‘Traincape’ (2021), Andrew Fraser and Victoria Punturere’s ‘Everything is Everything’ (2019), Stephanie Lake’s ‘Colossus’ (Melbourne Fringe, 2018, Melbourne International Festival 2019), Thalia Livingstone’s ‘Dark Points’ (Melbourne Fringe, 2019), National Gallery of Victoria’s ‘Triennial Extra’ (2018), and ‘Demon Machine’ (2017), and Nick Cave’s ‘Heard Sydney’ (2016).
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