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Random Dance - Nemesis

Random Dance - Nemesis From England

"Wayne McGregor's unsettling and often beautiful new piece ... Nothing quite like Nemesis has ever been seen on the dance stage." The Guardian, UK

Direct from London comes one of Britain's most innovative modern dance companies with Nemesis, a remarkable work from Wayne McGregor that explores the interfaces of body, screen and machine. Described as 'extraterrestrial dance meets reality TV', this electrifying and compelling piece showcases the superb abilities of this highly athletic dance troupe alongside animatronics from Jim Henson’s Creature Workshop and an original score from Scanner. The cutting edge has never been sharper.

Random Dance was founded by Wayne McGregor in 1992 and became the instrument upon which he evolved his drastically fast and articulate choreographic style. This maverick company is particularly renowned for pushing the boundaries of modern dance with its radical approach to the investigation of science and new technology.

For more information visit www.randomdance.org

Supported by British Council Australia.

Date: 22 March
Time: 9:00pm
Location: Sidney Myer Music Bowl

This is a licensed event for all ages - a range of alcoholic drinks is available for sale inside the venue. Please note that licensing laws do not allow any alcohol to be brought into the Sidney Myer Music Bowl.

Conditions of Entry: No alcohol may be brought into the Sidney Myer Music Bowl. Breakable glass containers, elevated seating, hard-sided hampers, coolers and eskies, weapons and dangerous items, domestic animals and items which could impede other people's enjoyment are also not allowed. Venue staff have the right to conduct security inspections, to require items to be cloaked for collection after the event, and to refuse or revoke entry.
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