Event moonwebs & scorched thongs
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Venue Playhouse Theatre, Perth, WA
First Date 3 April 2009
Opening Date 3 April 2009
Last Date 6 April 2009
Dates Estimated No
Status Youth Theatre
World Premiere Yes
Description moonwebs & scorched thongs is inspired by gender. The work references history, stereotypes and the dancers' own lived experience to investigate the distinctiveness of each gender, as well as celebrate the release from tradition that allows this generation an unprecedented freedom of expression.
Description Source Programme
Primary Genre Dance
Secondary Genre Contemporary
Organisations
Steps Youth Dance Company, Presenting Company
Contributors
Name Function Notes
Alice Holland Artistic Director
Fiona Bruce Assistant Designer
Shannon Anderson Choreographer
Sofie Burgoyne Choreographer
Alice Holland Choreographer
Shannon Riggs Choreographer
Paul Zivkovich Choreographer
Sascha Budimski Composer
Fiona Comley Coordinator (Marketing & Funds Development)
Bryan Woltjen Costume Designer
Antonella Anastasio Costume Maker
Laura Alban Dancer
Isaac Anthony Dancer
Ben Chapman Dancer
Triska Cooper Dancer
Sarah Coulter-Nile Dancer
Wendy Cunnell Dancer
Harrison Elliott Dancer
Sheridan Elphick Dancer
Emily Fiori Dancer
Mathias Gebauer Dancer
Mitchell Harvey Dancer
Reece Hawthorne Dancer
Alexandra Kane Dancer
Lewis Kilpatrick Dancer
Saffira Mattfield Dancer
Henry McAlpine Dancer
Matthew McAvaney Dancer
Tamsin McLinden Dancer
Ieshae Pereira Dancer
James Pham Dancer
Georgia Porter Dancer
Tyrone Robinson Dancer
Tahlia Russell Dancer
Sara Shea Dancer
Portia Smallbone Dancer
Aaron Smeding Dancer
Russell Thorpe Dancer
Matthew Treadgold Dancer
Shuling Wong Dancer
Sam Zamora Dancer
Cassandra Lake General Manager
Trent Suidgeest Lighting Designer
Ian Boase Lighting Operator
Ashley Page Mechanist
Ashley de Prazer Photographer
Andrew Beck Production Manager
Sue Scrutton Publicist
Bryan Woltjen Set Designer
Jen Toomey Stage Manager
Ian Boase Technician
Production Nationality Australia
Data Source
Source Description
Programme
Event Identifier 88367