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When:

Sat 28 Oct 2017, 7:30pm–9:30pm

Where: Upper Yarra Arts Centre, 3409 Warburton Highway, East Warburton, Yarra-Dandenong Ranges

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Full: $28.00
  • Concession: $24.00
  • Under 26 Years old: $18.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: venuemarketing

Multi-award winning dance company Kage is coming to the Yarra Ranges to create an exciting new work for our region in 2017.

Expect…the Unexpected.

Join us to experience, explore and enjoy a new contemporary dance performance that will take you on an exhilarating journey. Kage—Kate Denborough and Gerard Van Dyck—have been rethinking dance for 20 years, and now it is the Yarra Ranges’ chance to be a part of their unique performances.

Kate and Gerard specialise in collaborating with extraordinary artists and communities to find original ways to present dance in new contexts, creating exquisite performances which harness the dramatic potential of dance and extreme physicality with irreverence and humour.

Tonic is a new work conceived in the form of a visual story. Through the use of choreography and soundscape, Kate and Gerard will create and perform a duet which chronicles the relationship that humans and animals have to their sense of home. Inspired by the preservation of ecosystems within the Yarra Ranges, Tonic explores the implicit relationship we all have to the health of our environment.

With a loyal supporter base across Melbourne and Internationally, Kate and Gerard have earned the admiration of their peers and audiences—Kage are an original voice in live physical performance, telling stories that resonate with broad audiences.

This project is proudly funded and supported by Yarra Ranges Council and Burrinja Cultural Centre.