Dance Theatre Piece: "Arrivi…Partenze…"(presented) DADAdance

Dance Theatre Piece:

WHEN: Tuesday, 5 June 2007

TIME: 6.30 pm

WHERE: Cremorne Cremorne Theatre QPAC, Corner Grey Street & Melbourne StreetSouth Brisbane, 4101

 

Following over a Century of history of migration to Australia “...Arrivi ... Partenze” offers now a new reading of the migration phenomenon in XXI Century Australia. The dance-theatre piece “...Arrivi ... Partenze” intends to explore the issue of movement and its various meanings: necessary condition for the human being, expression form and communication medium; need of a group resulting in nomadism and migration. The multimedia performance incorporates the use of music, dance, acting, video projections and various other art forms. Produced by Alessandro Sorbello Productions, “...Arrivi ... Partenze” traces the path of the soul – unchanged through the Centuries – that the individual has to undergo whilst moving in a physical-geographical dimension during his migration process; the piece stages a variety of physical intersecting paths reflecting the complex empirical reality of our days. The sedentary condition which marks Western contemporary culture exists in sharp contrast with the nomadic nature of our ancestors as well as that of many contemporary ethnic groups. The pressure generated by lack of material resources which has forced many migrants to leave their native country is only one of the many components of the inner drives calling for an individual to become a “Wayfarer”. In a reality driven by external pressures which make the “way faring” process ever more difficult in an inner sense, the physical-geographical wayfaring offers perhaps the only possible socially acceptable alternative. Improved means of transport and ever-changing communication technology have revolutionized the quality and speed of movement across continents. The physical aspects of this experience have been radically modified by today’s technological progress and economic situation. Various visit modalities: initial, short and long term temporary and ultimately permanent stay; present the same issues for the individual, family, group and the whole community in a broader sense that migrants to Australia have faced in the XIX and XX Centuries. Shifting from the universal to a more specific dimension and following a path stemming from the analysis of the human being’s nature “...Arrivi ... Partenze” offers now a new reading of the XXI Century migration phenomenon to Australia. Location: Cremorne Theatre, Southbank www.qpac.com.au ~ Date: June 5th and 6th, 2007 Produced by New Realm Media - Executive Producer, Alessandro Sorbello About Boris Bivona ~ Director/Choreographer Boris was born in Palermo, where he started dancing at the age of 10. During his first visit to Australia in 1989 he was accepted to the third and last year of the Australian Ballet School, Melbourne. More About Jodie-Anne White ~ Choreographer Jodie was born in Melbourne where she studied classical and contemporary dance, acting and mime; from the very beginning Jodie has won numerous prizes in several disciplines. Jodie continued her studies with teachers and institutions such as Kathleen Gorham National Theatre, Victorian College of the Arts and National Ballet School in Australia. More Sources of Inspiration for '... Arrivi ...Partenze' View the profiles of the other dancers of '.... Arrivi ...Partenze' Here POSTED BY ALESSANDRO SORBELLO PRODUCTIONS AT 4:44 PM LABELS: '...ARRIVI...PARTENZE'

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