Yael Flexer's Dance Performance: Weightless 6pm

Yeal Flexer's creative dance performance in weightless Scheduled in the Michaelis Theatre at 6pm on Thursday 27th February 2014.

Posted: 27 February 2014

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This lecture/demonstration will feature a section of Yael Flexer’s new work Weightless, alongside a 30-minute conversation and Q&A session. Weightless carries Yael’s recognisable stamp of witty text and humour combined with emotionally driven physicality and tight, complex choreographic composition. For this work she has strengthened her relationship with long-term collaborator Nic Sandiland who has developed a sound and AV installation as part of the live performance.

Weightless is the next show in a long line of hits from Israeli choreographer Yael Flexer, whose work has received critical acclaim over the past 20 years. Nic also has a large following, having built a reputation for creating exciting, ground-breaking work with new digital technologies.

Both Yael and Nic will be part of this lecture/demonstration and will be available to answer questions about the work.

TICKETS: £5 (£3 concessions)
Roehampton Dance students FREE

DANCE DIARY is a series of open performances and events promoted by the Department of Dance at UNIVERSITY OF ROEHAMPTON, attracting an audience from both inside and outside the campus. For further information, please see /dance or email dance@roehampton.ac.uk.

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