vendredi 5 mars 2010
What better season for a come back, for our ice-less ice dancers, than Spring! That's right, your favourite ice-couple are sharpening their blades and polishing their smiles for performances throughout the coming months. Starting with...
25th & 26th March, Ustinov @ Theatre Royal Bath
10th - 13th May, May Fest Bristol
18th & 19th May, Arches Glasgow
11th June, PULSE Fringe Festival, New Wolsey Theatre
and finishing in Dorset for the Devizes Festival 2010!
We've re-worked the show, making it even better, with the help of our lovely dramaturge Lu Kemp ("If that' all there is" - Inspector Sands) and our fantastic New York set designer Adrian Jones (http://www.adrianwjones.com).
We are very excited about the new version, and are sure you'll love it too!!
lundi 1 mars 2010
Hold tight! Dancing brick are working on a new project....
Everyone remembers, in some way or another, waking up as a child at six o'clock in the morning, to go downstairs while everyone else is sleeping, to switch the TV on to watch their favourite cartoon and....Bam! There she was. The little girl playing naughts and crosses with her somewhat scary doll. Did she ever move? Was she trapped in the TV? How long had she been there ?
The project, so far, is called A L I C E and is a creative response to the demise of analogue technology, a nostalgic celebration of an era of expectation and potential, and a cheerful goodbye to childhood. We want to explore video, test cards, 1980s technology, betamax, cassettes, synths and 8-bit computer graphics, and much much more!
We spent two weeks last month workshopping initial ideas at BAC with a group of actors and are now looking to collaborate with a video artist / video technician and composer for the next stages of the process.
We are very please to announce that the project has been commissioned by BAC for a Scratch performance in May 2010.
So watch this space....!
Scratch performances 5th and 6th of May