IN THE INSTANCE OF ARRIVAL

In The Instance Of Arrival

Tom Pritchard: On The Stage Of The Present presents

In The Instance Of Arrival

Sat 3 Nov 2012 | 7.30pm | £6/£4

Following their performance here back in January 2012, On The Stage Of The Present returns with a new ensemble fresh from a month’s research across Scotland.

Featuring Ewan Downie (co-director of Company of Wolves, Song Of The Goat Theatre), Anna Porubcansky (co-director of Company Wolves, Madrigirls) and Kim Moore (Zoey van Goey), OTSOTP director Tom Pritchard will be continuing his explorations of multidisciplinary performance improvisation. Looking in depth at the role of myth, dreams and folk culture as sources of storytelling, this research aims to produce quality performance improvisation across dance, music, theatre, song and poetry.

The work is being mentored by the internationally renowned pair Katie Duck and Alfredo Genovese.

There will also be informal sharings of the research in progress as follows:

Sharing: Fri 12th October | 6pm |  CCA, Glasgow
Studio Performance: Thurs 18th October | 5.30pm | Citymoves, Aberdeen (part of Dance Live)
Sharing: Fri 26th October | 5pm | Dance Base Studio 4, Edinburgh

Tickets |

 
Click here to book online or call 0141 565 1000.

About On The Stage Of The Present |

 
On The Stage Of The Present is a performance-based research project led by Tom Pritchard. Developed with the support of the Workroom, Dance House and The Arches (Glasgow) and Dance Base (Edinburgh), its primary focus is cross art-form improvisation. Working with visual artists, musicians, dancers and actors, the research ranges from from durational gallery-based performance and stage work to studio-based practice and site-specific sculpture.

About Tom Pritchard |

 
Tom Pritchard is a Glasgow-based performer, improviser and dance maker. Working both across the UK and internationally, his experience covers a wide range of disciplines – from choreography work with undergraduates in Newcastle to educational work in Germany to performance roles in award-winning pieces in Edinburgh, London and New York. Recent work ranges from Linder Sterling’s radical 13-hour work The Darktown Cakewalk to S/He and Falling Man by Tommy Small, with the latter making its world premiere in New York earlier this year.

For a glimpse at what Tom’s doing, check out his blog or follow him on Facebook or Twitter.

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