Austinmer Dance Theatre presents T W O at Adelaide Fringe Festival

Published by: Encore PR | 21-Feb-2017
NSW"s Austinmer Dance Theatre boldly brings together two of the contemporary dance world"s major choreographic forces in a daring new production, T W O, at the Adelaide Fringe Festival 16-18 March. #ADLfringe @ADLfringe @adelaide_fringe
Venue: Carclew Ballroom at Carclew
Address: 11 Jeffcot St, North Adelaide
Date: 16-18 March 2017
Time: 6.30pm
Ticket: Adult $20/ Conc $15/ Group 6+ $15/ Family 4 pax $60
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Call: (08) 8100 2000
T W O is a special double bill of contemporary dance created exclusively for the company by internationally renowned choreographers Sagi Gross and Maurice Causey.

Sagi Gross has won five scholarships for both choreography and dancing from the American-Israel Sharet Foundation and his pieces have been performed globally including South Korea, England, Belgium, Germany and France. As a dancer Sagi has performed with the Bat Dor Dance Company, and both The Israeli and Netherlands Opera Houses.

Maurice Causey has held both Principal and Dancer roles with such esteemed companies as The Frankfurt Ballet, The National Ballet of Canada, The Cleveland Ballet, The Pennsylvania Ballet and The Gottenburgh Ballet in Sweden and has been Ballet Master for both the Royal Swedish Ballet and The Netherlands Dance Theatre. Maurice visits Australia on an annual basis to exclusively to work with the Austinmer Dance Theatre and has created three pieces for the company over the last four years.

Both of the works that comprise T W O explore the connection between individuals and their audience, a T W O way relationship between viewer and performer featuring studied and meticulous movements that explore the unique energy relationships between bodies.

VENUE: Carclew Ballroom at Carclew, 11 Jeffcott St., North Adelaide
DATES: Thursday 16 March - Saturday 18 March @ 6.30pm
TICKETS: Adult $20/ Conc $15/ Group 6+ $15/ Family 4 pax $60
BOOKING: PH: (08) 8100 2000 / Email :

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