Re:membering - Showing

Aaron Chapman

UMWELT collectives new work RE:MEMBERING is a visceral exploration of the art of unconditional love and the universal feelings of tension and release inherent in all close relationships. In this intimate spectacle the sister duo explore their past, present and future relationships through physical theatre, dance and contemporary circus.

This is accompanied by a live sound score by emerging composer Tom Lyons. The sound score has been composed alongside the physical creation of the performance.

UMWELT Collective is a newly formed performance art collective led by collaborative sister duo Lowana Davies and Merinda Davies. This new work is supported by The Gold City Council Regional Arts Development Fund, GUSH circus and the Farm Company. The Regional Arts Development Fund is a partnership between the Queensland Government and the City of Gold Coast Council to support local arts and Culture in Regional Queensland.

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February

Choreolab24 will support two established choreographers and two emerging choreographers to undertake a three-week development of 4 new works.

Join Queensland Ballet Academy for a celebration of the exquisite artforms of ballet and music in this beloved collaboration between Queensland Ballet Academy and Queensland Youth Orchestras.

Cabin Fever is a site-specific dance and video performance originally set in a cabin in a caravan park . . .

A treasure trove of ballet masterpieces from the vault. Join us at the Thomas Dixon Centre as we present four glittering works from the vault in a balletic feast for the senses.

March

INCITE is Force Majeure’s signature professional development program created and led by Artistic Director Danielle Micich.

'The Assembl'y is a multifaceted performance work by Raghav Handa in collaboration with dance artists Victor Zarallo and Josh Freedman.

What is it to be Tender? Is it gentle and affectionate or sensitive and aching? 'Tender' explores relationships, power play, desire, and sexuality with flips, tricks, high kicks, hair whips and musical quips. With an all-queer cast . . .

June