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2010 Made in New Zealand


Mon 17 May 2010, 8:00pm

Where: SKYCITY Theatre, Cnr Victoria and Federal Sts, CBD, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Adult: $35.00
  • Group (6+): $30.00
  • Concession: $20.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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A crowd favourite and an established performance season, 2010 Made in New Zealand celebrates NZ Music Month with new dance works by New Zealand choreographers.

Featuring 'Purlieu' by Malia Johnston, to new music by Eden Mulholland. Like the earlier work 'Miniatures' it is based on, 'Purlieu' is an exploration of the body’s relationship to small, precious and confined spaces. The work is being presented at the World Expo in Shanghai later this year and is partly influenced by its theme – 'better cities, better living'.

Presenting 'i changed' by Sarah Foster, with music by Andrew Foster, an introspective exploration of social perceptions where voyeurism, exploitation, exhibitionism and exclusion are all part of a fast moving creation that is guaranteed to provide surprise and excitement onstage.

The programme also features 'Stealth' a solo choreographed by Ross McCormack inspired by the graffiti art of DLT to music by Jody Lloyd.

Footnote Dance is also thrilled to present 'MTYLAND', fresh from the New Zealand International Arts Festival. Choreographed by Belgium based New Zealander, Claire O’Neil, 'MTYLAND' was the winner of Best Choreography by an Established Artist or Company at the 2008 Tempo Awards, and has achieved great audience response and critical acclaim. This intoxicating choreography, now reworked, is a moving exploration of the search for calm amid life’s chaos. With music by Herman Martin featuring tracks by indie-band Battles.

Footnote Dance is a national contemporary dance company directed by Deirdre Tarrant with dancers Anita Hunziker, Jeremy Poi, Sarah Knox, Francis Christeller, Lucy Marinkovich, Robbie Curtis and Jesse Wikiriwhi.

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