Event Fast
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Venue Mitchell Centre, Darwin, NT
First Date 13 May 2004
Opening Date 12 May 2004
Last Date 15 May 2004
Dates Estimated No
Status Professional
World Premiere No
Description "Funky and full on, Fast features dance influenced by hip-hop, contemporary Western, Indigenous and South East Asian cultures, performed with a breathtaking energy that ricochets off the ground and strikes you between the eyes."
Description Source Press Release
Primary Genre Dance
Secondary Genre Test Contemporary
Subjects Intercultural
Organisations
Contributors
Name Function Notes
Mark Marcelis Artistic Director
Gary Lang Assistant Choreographer
Marko Taopo Assistant Choreographer
Martin Kwasner Consultant
Gary Lang Consultant
Shauna Ricardo Consultant
Leanne Youl Consultant
Cristina Pantazis Costume Co-ordinator
Jacintha-Lee Anderson Dancer
Jeremy Apresto Dancer
Daniel Baker Dancer
Kelly Beneforti Dancer
Wesley Camigla Dancer
Justine Clarke Dancer
Victoria Close Dancer
Danarose Dizon Dancer
Natalee Evans Dancer
Erwin Fenis Dancer
Maxi Gonzalez Finestone Dancer
Sachini Gamage Dancer
Karajayne Handberg Dancer
Isaac Hanlon Dancer
Loretta Kung Dancer
Byron Low Dancer
Adriel Mangohig Dancer
Georgia Mansfield Dancer
Lisa Quinell Dancer
Elle Richards Dancer
Jensine Rickert Dancer
Tara Robertson Dancer
Jessica Rosewarne Dancer
Bianca Scrymgour Dancer
Aditi Srinivas Dancer
Ruttiya Suansri Dancer
Vera Tabuzo Dancer
Marko Taopo Dancer
David McMicken Director
Tim Newth Director
Julia Quinn Director
Donald H. Green Electrician
Daniel Lay Follow Spot Operator
Patrick Williams Follow Spot Operator
David Taylor Front of House
Matthew James Lighting Designer
Sue Mornane Production Manager
Sue Camilleri Publicist
Sue Mornane Publicist
Elka Kerkhofs Sound Operator/Engineer
Text Nationality Australia
Production Nationality Australia
Further Information Directors' Notes: "Youth subcultures have emerged at a stunning pace in recent years, a complex face of alternatives fuelled by the fast paced electronic age. More choices than ever are being made available and these new oceans have to be navigated. In Darwin we have a unique and rich cultural diversity. For our young people this informs them and adds to what they will become."
Data Source
Source Description
Newspaper Northern Territory News 07/05/2004
Event Identifier 62548