|Venue||The Performance Space, Redfern, NSW|
|First Date||15 September 1983|
|Last Date||8 October 1983|
|Description||"...The Bauhaus imagination has been used as a starting point or visual reference for the group to develop an entirely new image.....
Entr'acte's work...is notable for its conceptual imagination, ability to use space, strong sense of form and shape...and its excellent design. It would put many of our more established groups to shame." Mary emery, The Australian, Mon 19/9/1983.
"A profusion of ideas in design and movement, explored through inquiring minds and flexible bodies, makes Refractions an absorbing, enjoyable and stimulating presentation.
Inspired by the startling imagination of the Bauhaus artists, they have drawn on similar basic material as their starting point doe refractions: the sphere, pyramid and cube; straight and curved lines; studies in black and white; primary colours.
They have designed simple props and developed the style and substance of their movement around them....the inanimate object can take on a mobility and personality of its own....it adds up to a theatrical event..." Jill Sykes, The Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 17/9/1983
|Description Source||Reviewer's Opinion|
|Secondary Genre Test||
|Further Information||Based on ideas and theatre of the Bauhaus.|