A history of social dance

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A history of social dance

PUNCTURE embraces the risk and ritual of intimacy on a dance floor. Watching bodies moving in rhythm, you are guided from the restraint and formality of classical dance through the sensuality of the tango, to the rebellion of youth and the freedom of dance.

Legs on the Wall

We were asked to create advertorial content for the show as it premiered at the Sydney Festival. A selection of four films were constructed using the key creatives synopsis along with performances by the dance troop.

Stefan Gregory’s score, inspired by the great songwriters, from Monteverdi to Madonna, is sung live by a 30-voice choir, accompanied by renowned percussionist Bree van Reyk. They take to the dance floor with 12 young dancers led by two of Australia’s finest dance artists, Kristina Chan and Joshua Thomson.
Presented by Legs On The Wall, FORM Dance Projects, VOX – Sydney Philharmonia Choirs and Sydney Festival.
PREMIERED Sydney Festival, Parramatta Riverside Theatre, January 2015

Director: Patrick Nolan
Choreographer: Kathryn Puie
Composer: Stefan Gregory
Designer: Mel Page
Video Design: Mic Gruchy
Lighting Design: Damien Cooper
Choir Director: Elizabeth Scott
Percussionist: Bree van Reyk
Kristina Chan
Joshua Thomson
Anna Healey
Billy Keohavong
Cloé Fournier
Hayley Raw
Jay Bailey
Jessica Wong
Kei Ishii
Michael Smith
Rob McCredie
Stephen Williams