Posted by: Richard | April 5, 2011

sapling to silver

Sapling to Silver extracts from Richard Scherer on Vimeo.

sapling to silver , a new contemporary dance work, takes us on a journey from the wild excitement of the sixties, through the ups and downs of ageing and the pleasures and pains of a creative life.

The story of one woman’s life, told through the allegory of an ageing Australian eucalypt, invites us to consider the big questions we will all face: how do we continue to live a useful and joyous life as our bodies age? How do we communicate to future generations the wisdom and knowledge of our own?

Choreographer and Artistic Director Elizabeth Cameron Dalman OAM and the dancers of Mirramu Dance Company: Albert David, Vivienne Rogis, Miranda Wheen, Jade Dewi Tyas Tunggal and Mark Laverty, will delight dance enthusiasts with this work, as well as those new to dance, the young and the old

The performance will, as always with Mirramu’s works, stimulate thought and talk and leave you with some of the free wheeling optimism of the 60s.

The Street

Friday 13 to Sunday 15 May 2011

 

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