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LOOP WORKSHOP


Kids have the best dance moves, that’s why we are stealing them!

Through the LOOP creative dance workshops young children are given the space to explore and express themselves through movement and music. Professional dancers guide them to use their imaginative powers through dance, and the children’s ideas are adopted by the dancers as part of the LOOP performance.

If you are interested in join us on the stage at the performance session as well, please book show tickets via LOOP Performance.

NOTE: the workshop will be videoed and parents will be asked to sign permission forms for videoing children's movements.

Director/Choreographer: Nat Cursio
Collaborating performers: Alice Dixon, Leif Helland, Francesca Meale, Harrison Ritchie-Jones
Lighting designer: Jen Hector
Costume designer: Sarah Hall
Stage assistants: Pia Lauritz and Sarah Bruce
Originally commissioned by: Arts Centre Melbourne
Originally supported by: Chunky Move’s Maximised Program
Duration: 40 mins
Ideal for children aged 2–5 (10.30am session) and 5-8 years (12pm session)

Location: Drum Theatre, corner Lonsdale and Walker streets Dandenong

Dates and Times:

Tuesday, 25 September 2018 10:30 AM
Tuesday, 25 September 2018 12:00 PM
Wednesday, 26 September 2018 10:30 AM
Wednesday, 26 September 2018 12:00 PM

FREE WORKSHOP - BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL

Booking site:

drumtheatre.com.au/event/4906/loop-workshop/21510

**PLEASE NOTE - PERFORMANCES BASED ON THESE WORKSHOPS WILL BE SHOWING AT DRUM THEATRE ON THE FOLLOWING TUESDAY 2ND OCTOBER - 10:30AM, 12:30PM AND 3:30PM**

To book for the performances please visit: drumtheatre.com.au/event/4907/loop-performance/21514


LOOP PERFORMANCE


Kids have the best dance moves - that’s why we are stealing them!

LOOP is a dance performance with no narrative or characters, just movement, music, rhythm and play. LOOP’s initial impetus (and the very fabric of the work) come from the instinctual physical actions of children, gleaned through a series of creative dance workshops. LOOP is divided into three ‘chapters’, the third of which invites the children onto the dance floor to become part of the performance.

The dancers learn movements from children at the previous workshops. If you are interested in attending the free workshops, please book via LOOP Workshop.

Please note, parts of the workshops will be videoed, and parents will be required to sign a permission form.

Director/Choreographer: Nat Cursio
Collaborating performers: Alice Dixon, Leif Helland, Francesca Meale, Harrison Ritchie-Jones
Lighting designer: Jen Hector
Costume designer: Sarah Hall
Stage assistants: Pia Lauritz and Sarah Bruce
Originally commissioned by: Arts Centre Melbourne
Originally supported by: Chunky Move’s Maximised Program
Duration: 40 minutes
Audience: Appropriate for ages 2+

Location: Drum Theatre, corner Lonsdale and Walker streets Dandenong

Dates and Times:

Tuesday, 2 October 2018 10:30 AM
Tuesday, 2 October 2018 12:30 PM
Tuesday, 2 October 2018 3:30 PM

**FREE EVENT - BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL**

Book tickets on: drumtheatre.com.au/event/4907/loop-performance/21514

**PLEASE NOTE: THE WORKSHOPS THAT WILL BE USED TO DEVELOP THIS DANCE PIECE WILL BE HELD AT DRUM THEATRE ON THE PREVIOUS TUESDAY 25TH SEPTEMBER**

To book tickets for this free workshop, visit: drumtheatre.com.au/event/4906/loop-workshop/21510

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