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VenueStudio Theatre
From24th April 2002
To24th April 2002
What is currently on at Studio Theatre (V1050)

Transitions Dance Company

Trinity Laban's leading student training company

Archive :: production:T0155231536, dance or ballet:S01731788862, venue:V1050

Au Suivant/Oh Mr Grin/Brightside/Babel/Hairy Days

Au Suivant - A bittersweet fairytale of tentative relationships showcasing moments of theatrical brilliance. Oh Mr Grin - A probing and insightful piece challenging perceptions of the nuclear family. Brightside - Brand new work exemplifying Oguike's passion for music, rhythm and energy. Babel - Relationships are severed, mended and served up for scrutiny in passionate and athletic phrasing set to gospel music. Hairy Days - Inspired by the story of Shock-Headed Peter, Stockert reveals the idiosyncrasies of her characters through elaborate and unusual movement language.


Choreographer Jan de Schynkel (Au Suivant)
Choreographer Jasmin Vardimon (Oh Mr Grin)
Choreographer Henri Oguike (Brightside)
Choreographer Robert Moses (Babel)
Choreographer Maresa von Stockert (Hairy Days)

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