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Dance Alumni Special Performance

The alumni special presents a range of fresh performative work from a group of Roehampton Dance and Drama graduates: Mariana Amorim, Evangelia Kolyra, Gillie Kleiman, Nikki Watson and Eva Percy.

Posted: 2 November 2012

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In this new platform, Roehampton Dance showcases work from Roehampton Dance and Drama graduates. The alumni special presents a range of fresh performative work from a group of selected artists: Mariana Amorim, Evangelia Kolyra, Gillie Kleiman, Nikki Watson and Eva Percy.

Wednesday 7 November at 6pm

Michaelis Dance Theatre, Froebel College

Tickets: £5.00 (£3.00 concessions)

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

 

Book tickets online at http://estore.roehampton.ac.uk or on the door before the event.

Artists:

Mariana Amorim: Places of Comfort

Places of Comfort is a performance in which the place of the artist and the different roles of the several interveners are questioned in a performance presentation.

Evangelia Kolyra: Laugh & Cry

Shifting through a series of contagious motions and emotions, Laugh & Cry reveals the stark differences between public and private personas.

Gillie Kleiman: Ophelia is not Dead

Ophelia is not Dead is a project of the international dance artists’ collection Embassy of. This Ophelia is a fat girl cabaret.

Nikki Watson/CoDa Dance Company: 12 Months On

What if we only have one story inside of us? Mine is about a woman trying to cope with a loved one who's ill. A London based all-female contemporary dance company that focuses on creating cutting edge choreography by blending intense physical theatre with contemporary dance.

Eva Percy: ‘An On-going Process’

A short dance film representing and exploring the process of going from one stage of life to the next.

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