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Alternately Terrific & Gentle – The Complex – 13th December

Alternately Terrific & Gentle – The Complex – 13th December

This year has been the most difficult in living memory for any form of live performance. Dance was one of the hardest-hit of the arts, but there is hope for the future with the Liz Roche company performing in the Complex, Dublin this weekend.  As you would expect, it is an online event, due to the Government’s bizarre decision to close all theatres while restaurants and cinemas remain open.

You can find out more about the event on the Liz Roche Website here.

“…the work will be available to view online on Sunday 13th December at 3pm and will be followed by a chat with some of the ATG collaborating artists.”

Liz Roche Company will premiere a new work this December, a film installation-performance entitled Alternately Terrific and Gentle. Taking a different approach to making dance in collaboration with Irish and International artists. Liz Roche, Jodi  Melnick and Jenny Roche have created a new dance trio but have passed their creative batons to a further group of collaborating artists who are individually interpreting the piece, while bringing their own distinctive creative voices to the shared movement material. Working with filmmaker José Miguel Jiménez and a team of filmmakers overseas to create the films with artists Colin Dunne, Maïa Nunes, Mufutau Yusuf, Paul White, Liv O’Donoghue, Malcolm Low, Jodi Melnick and Justine Cooper, with composition by Robert Boston.  The performance installation which will include a live performance too, runs for two days only at The Complex, Dublin on Friday 11 and Saturday 12 December / also online on Sunday December 13th at 3pm.. – lizrochecompany.com

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