|Venue||The Performance Space, Redfern, NSW|
|First Date||29 May 1984|
|Last Date||3 June 1984|
|Description||Performance Space flyer description: 'Return of the brilliant Bauhaus-inspired production [...] a profusion of ideas in design and movement..."
“Outstandingly good…an evening of beautiful and stimulating entertainment…improved pace, flow and polish - with no loss of freshness. …although their art form is stylised and strictly structured, Refractions never looks like an exercise. The ideas spill over in all kinds of ways, from a barely perceptible shiver that represents a zephyr’s breath, to a giant-size cat’s cradle.” Jill Sykes 2/6/84.
"I had no idea what to expect from refractions before I entered the hall...It was unusual, colourful, light and airy for the most part, forcing one to concentrate on the kaleidoscope of bodies, colour and light, allowing one to forget any problems, if only transiently. I left satisfied...enlightened...and that surely is reward enough for an evening's entertainment". Warren Ashleigh, Sydney Gay News, June 1984, p.42.
|Further Information||Both Refractions (Based on ideas and theatre of the Bauhaus) & Worlds Apart (v.2 - same show new cast members) on tour - W.A. was performed in the theatre and in schools. Gave workshops in universities and schools whilst on tour in both Adelaide and Perth. Returned to Sydney sell-out season of 7 shows at TPS, Redfern. Then toured to Newcastle, Wollongong, Canberra and Melbourne. (See AETT repor|