Learn the Repertoire – See the Show
Dance Bites is FORM Dance Projects’ curated signature program of contemporary dance works produced by some of the most innovative and exciting independent choreographers and companies. Learn the Repertoire, See the Show offers dance students a unique opportunity to learn repertoire from each of the Dance Bites works in a workshop led by the artists followed by a matinee performance and a post-show Q&A.
Workshop: 60 mins (no break)
Shows: 50-90 minutes (plus 20 mins Q&A)
Show and Workshop Package $32 per student and additional teachers
Show and Q&A only $25 per student and additional teachers
LEARN THE REPERTOIRE SEE THE SHOW
For students years 9-12
Dance Makers Collective (DMC) is the leading collective-led dance company in Australia, with a unique creative voice and process that involves individual and collective making, mashed up to present distinctive, diverse and multifaceted ideas through dance and dance theatre.
This workshop will give students an insight into the individual and collective making processes of artists in DMC, sharing the ways DMC members generate, pass on and manipulate choreography to harness the unique individual skills of the diverse performers who make up the collective.
FRIDAY 13 OCTOBER 2023
10AM WORKSHOP Riverside Theatres, Parramatta
12.30PM Matinee Performance* and Q&A (Lennox Theatre, Riverside)
Student: $32 & additional teachers (supervising teacher free)
Student: $25 (matinee only)
PERCEPTIONS FRIDAY 21 JULY
PEPA MOLINA (Australia/Spain)
Perceptions sees flamenco dance artist Pepa Molina return to the Riverside stage following Bush Bailando premiered by FORM in 2016. Bush Bailando earned the artist the 2016 Dance Australia critic’s choice for Most Interesting Artist. In her new work, Pepa will surround herself with renowned performers from Spain exploring the intricacies, superstitions and cliches in Flamenco’s past and present.
The workshop will introduce students to the art of Flamenco and its cultural history, a wonderful blend of entertainment and education. Students will learn how Flamenco music, song and dance all relate to each other with demonstrations of the varied Flamenco instruments and techniques involved in Perceptions such as castañuelas (castanets) & Flamenco dance (Baile).
Suitable for Years 9 – 12
Workshop at 10am
Show and Q&A at 12.30pm