Dance At Dusk
A family-friendly series of contemporary dance works for the young and old alike, perfect whether it is your first or nth contemporary dance experience.
Image of Kawayan by Klievert Jon Mendoza
Photo by Bernie Ng
Dance at Dusk
24 – 26 June
7pm and 8:30pm
Esplanade Outdoor Theatre
Approximately 45 minutes
Mask-wearing is not required, though encouraged, for outdoor events. No tickets will be issued. Seats are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Experience the thrill of movement in bite-sized excerpts against the night lights of the city, performed by T.H.E Second Company.
《起风了》Rising Winds, by renowned local choreographer Albert Tiong, first premiered in 2017 at the Festival’s Asian Festivals Exchange, a platform that spotlighted works and collaborations from the region. Created by Tiong for T.H.E Second Company, the piece returns with a new cast to re-explore the dynamics of interpersonal relations amidst an unyielding environment.
Kawayan, by full-time dance artist with T.H.E Dance Company Klievert Jon Mendoza, offers a spellbinding look at the correlation between Man and nature, the dancers’ tireless movements evocative of a calm, resilient forest of bamboo. Amidst the bustle of the city, the dancers conjure a rhythmic tranquillity with an original score by Kent Lee.
The evening’s programme will be guided by an emcee who will provide nuggets of insight and understanding along the way. Singapore Sign Language (SgSL) and live audio description are also available at the event. For any enquiries on accessibility, please contact our accessibility partner Access Path Productions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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