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DetailsWendy is a performer and maker for a generation of artists, bringing a wealth of experience from her own work alongside her collaborations with artists whose work challenges, enriches and extends the boundaries of dance and theatre, such as the late Nigel Charnock, Lloyd Newson (DV8), Rose English and Gary Stevens as well as Tim Etchells, Jonathan Burrows and Matteo Fargion. UK Premiere. Wendy Houstoun is a dance theatre artist who has developed a distinctive style that combines movement with text, and meaning with humour. In her solo, Keep Dancing, a typist gets waylaid by the act of preparation before finding herself in a loop of action she finds difficult to escape. Keep Dancing is a dialogue with technology and a visual display including fascinating archive footage. Houstoun challenges preconceptions about movement but also communicates clearly and humorously about contemporary culture. In this new work, she re-asserts herself as a performer of integrity and independence.
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