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White Day Dream

27 - 27 October
|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every week that begins at 8:00 pm on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, repeating until 5 November, 2016

An event every week that begins at 8:00 pm on [day], repeating until 6 November, 2016

Weave Movement Theatre with Yumi Umiumare

27 October 2016 – 6 November 2016
preview: Thursday 27 October
opening night: Friday 28 October
Auslan interpreted & audio described performance: Sunday 6 November
tactile tour of set: Sunday 6 November, 4pm
duration: 60 minutes
times:
Thursday to Saturday 8pm
Sunday 5pm
ticket price: $25 – $35
bookings:
03 9662 9966

book online

…it flows and floats like an ambiguous yet affecting dream…

Presented by Weave Movement Theatre and Yumi Umiumare, White Day Dream is a unique fusion between Butoh and physical theatre performed by dancers with and without disability. The work moves between the surreal and absurd exploring universal human themes of memory and dreams, their fragility, transience and power. Like a dream itself, White Day Dream recalls subconscious emotions, where things are at once unexpectedly linked and disconnected.

Weave Movement Theatre is an ambitious and diverse Melbourne-based hybrid dance and theatre performance company, comprised of people with and without disabilities. The company formed in 1997 through an Arts Access Victoria project and continues today developing high quality performances. Weave Movement Theatre’s work subverts audience’s expectations, and challenges conventional ways of seeing dance and disability. They present a distinctive and progressive model for inclusive dance performance.

…wildly surreal visual theatre…. Wonder and weirdness, humour and unexpected poignancy…’
…fragments of creative inspiration you won’t find anywhere else.
Cameron Woodhead, THE AGE

‘…a riveting and gloriously successful show…’
Suzanne Sandow, STAGE WHISPERS

WARNING: PERFORMANCE CONTAINS STROBE LIGHTING

Direction and Choreography by Yumi Umiumare

Composition and Sound Design by Dan West

Stage and Costume Design by Jennifer Tran

Lighting Design by Richard Vabre

Media Art by Bambang N Karim

Performed by Emma J Hawkins, Willow J Conway, Tim Crafti, David Baker, Trevor Dunn, Janice Florence, Melanie Keely, Greg Muir, Ryan New, Emma Norton, Leisa Prowd and Anthony Riddell

Weave Artistic Director Janice Florence

 

Ticket Prices:

Preview: $25,
Full:
$35,
Concession: $28
Group 8+: $28

Concessions:

Pensioners/Full-time students/MEAA members

Auslan interpreted and audio described performance – Sunday 6 November, 5pm

Disabled Access

Please note that access to the theatre is down two flights of stairs and the venue does not have a lift.  Disabled access to the theatre is via the stage door entrance at the end of Spark Lane – off Flinders Street, near the Lindrum Hotel – and will be open 30 minutes prior to all performances for this production.

Please contact us on 9662 9966 or info@fortyfivedownstairs.com for a detailed map.

Wheelchair Access

Please contact us on 9662 9966 or info@fortyfivedowstairs.com if you are requiring wheelchair access.

Auslan Interpreted and Audio Described Performance – Sunday 6 November, 5pm

For hearing impaired audience members who are booking for this performance, please enter the promotional code – AUSLAN when booking tickets online.

This performance with also be preceded with a tactile tour of the stage for vision impaired audience members at 4pm. For those wishing to book for this tour please enter the promotional code – AD when booking tickets for the performance online.

Details

Date:
27 October, 2016
Time:
8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Venue

fortyfivedownstairs theatre
45 Flinders Lane
Melbourne 3000, Victoria 3000 Australia
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Phone:
03 9662 9966
Website:
http://www.fortyfivedownstairs.com/
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