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VenueEastwood Park Theatre
From6th April 2002
To6th April 2002
What is currently on at Eastwood Park Theatre (V1057)

Scottish Dance Theatre


Archive :: production:T0788750152, dance or ballet:S0994693462, venue:V1057

Daddy I'm Not Well/Grace/High Land/Inside Somewhere

Scottish Dance Theatre's Spring tour features four dances of which at least two will be performed. Daddy I'm Not Well - A piece partly inspired by Sophocles' Oedipus The King, Aeshylus' Oresteia and paintings by Francis Bacon. A father and son look each other in the eyes. What they see is what they know. An inheritance of remembrance, revenge, regrets and reprise is ready to be passed on again? (Not suitable for under 14 years of age). Grace sifts through the deposits of second-hand learning and experience, acquired almost imperceptibly through ones life. Pondering a riddle: does borrowed adornment remove us from direct conversation with our 'true self', and is prospecting the recovery of this 'core self' attainable? High Land - You arrive in another country: Imposing landscape, a foreign language...your own. High Land takes a sometime irreverent walk through the highways and byways of a national heritage in pursuit of the spirit culture. Inside Somewhere - an exploration of feelings evoked by Chagall's paintings.


Choreographer Jan De Schynkel (Daddy I'm Not Well)
Choreographer Errol White (Grace)
Choreographer Janet Smith (High Land)
Choreographer Sean Feldman (Inside Somewhere)

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