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Archive listings for Company Decalage

Work type: Dance or ballet.

Appel/Breaking Point/Eteins Pas - T264431471

Appel - Marso developed the ideas for this piece in collaboration with Navala Chaudhari inThe Place’s research programme Choreodrome, and subsequently performed it as a work-in-progress in Touch Wood. The work is a trio based on the live interaction between two dancers and a musician who plays Bansuri (flute) and tabla. The piece portrays the instinctive elements of dance and the spontaneity of music, inspired in equal parts by b-boying, Capoeira and contemporary dance. Breaking Point - Featuring four dancers and two musicians, this piece is inspired initially by the effect of music on people in the hip-hop culture and the b-boying scene. From the critical moment of personal stress, to the the bboy throwing down to the break in the music, breaking point is the instinctive human response to emotion, music, society, life. Eteins Pas - A fragment of an idea that has evolved into a work in progress, this piece was inspired by the idea of life after death, with many ideas coming from reading stories about out of body experiences.
5 Feb 10Birmingham Hippodrome, Birmingham :: V145
listing details L0247961626

Decalage and See - T1041455080

Decalage - Dream worlds collide, imaginations meet, relationships emerge. A fusion of hip hop, martial arts, contemporary and physical theatre, this piece is as much about the relationships between the different talents and skills of the three dancers as it is about the interaction between their personalities.See - A world moving fast may soon come to a standstill. This piece explores how people in the future may cope with the after-effects of climate change, human errors and genetic advances. The dancers use four different dance styles to tell the story: body percussion, capoeira, contemporary dance and physical theatre.
27 Feb 07Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton :: V160
listing details L1883746730

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