PRIME: ORDERLY Dean Walsh, Image: Heidrun Löhr
A new beginning: multiple transformations
As we descend deeper into the unchartered depths of the 21st Century one thing is certain; humanity has a big question. What can we do about the environmental effects our current practices have on the natural world and consequently us?
PRIME: ORDERLY is a dance performance and a distillation of two years research undertaken by Australia Council Fellow, Dean Walsh. His choreographic research into marine environments – from scuba diving to interviewing some of Sydney’s most experienced marine environment experts – has produced a new choreographic scoring system, PRIME: ORDERLY.
Come on this extraordinary journey with Dean and these highly skilled performers at the creative interface between dance, environment and science. There will be Q & A sessions after each performance, with guest facilitators from the arts, diving and science communities.
“Walsh is a powerful, exceptionally skilled and provocative dancer...”Lloyd Bradford Syke, Crikey.com
To view the full production program click onto the attached link: Prime: Orderly Program
- Choreographer: Dean Walsh
- Performers: Dean Walsh, Natalie Ayton, Kathryn Puie
- Date: 25-27 October 8pm
Learn the Repertoire Friday 26 October pre-matinee workshop 10am post-matinee workshop 2pm
- See the Show Friday 26 October 12.30pm matinee with Q&A
- Location: Lennox Theatre
- Price:Adult $28* / Concession $25*
- SCHOOL TICKETS
Workshop/Show $25. Show Only $20