A choreographic commission
The Move is a curated initiative of Dance Hub SA, The Mill & Ausdance SA.
Presented by Adelaide Festival Centre.
Made by Gabrielle Nankivell
in collaboration with Jo Stone
Dramaturgy: Katrina Lazaroff
Wonder Grit throws contemporary dance at competitive cycling to investigate the nature of loss, injury and motivation in times of uncertainty. The show is an energetic two-hander packed with killer dancing, survival tips and Adelaide’s most strenuous monologue. Featuring crowd sourced data, a deadly treadly, and two women with a tonne of experience, Wonder Grit might just be a ride you won’t want to get off.
Choreography and Direction: Lewis Major
Dramaturgy: Amanda Phillips
Satori is a Japanese term for awakening. This work explores the states of impermanence and imperfection through an ensemble dance work with stellar dancers. The interconnecting elements transform into a fluidly shifting atmosphere and stage architecture that continually collide, collapse and create.
3 Performances Only
The Space Theatre
Thu, 22 Apr 2021, 7:00PM
Fri, 23 Apr 2021, 7:00PM
Sat, 24 Apr 2021, 7:00PM
Plus booking and handling fees
Concession includes; Pensioner, Senior, Fulltime Student with ID, Unemployed
About The Move collaborating Organisations
Dance Hub SA’s (DHSA) vision is to be a powerful catalyst for the future of Dance in Australia. Dance Hub SA is positioned as the only organisation in South Australia with the sole purpose of nurturing, promoting and developing the freelance dance sector through professional development opportunities both within our studio and through programmes that include residencies, workshops and project commissions.
We champion diversity of practice and lifelong learning through skills development and art form development, and are responsive to two-way feedback and collaborative decision making.
Ausdance SA, est 1974, is the peak body for dance in South Australia as part of the national Ausdance network and World Dance Alliance. Ausdance promotes and advocates for Adelaide dance culture, connecting local professionals with information regarding national funding, workshops, conferences, grants, scholarships and auditions. Ausdance builds its community profile through fun, youth and family centred events and acts as a reliable authority to promote dance schools and studios, and is a member of Educators SA.
Our vision is for all South Australian’s to embrace, experience and enjoy dance.
The Mill’s vision is for thriving and prosperous arts, cultural and creative sectors in South Australia. The Mill is South Australia’s leading multidisciplinary organisation. It achieves its vision by fostering the interconnection between creatives and audiences through programming and presentation. It enables creative and artistic works of social, cultural, and economic value for the benefit of the wider community.
Our rich, year-round program provides artists with the necessary physical space to work on their practice, alongside diverse public events, performances and exhibitions, and development opportunities.
Adelaide Festival Centre, Australia’s first multi-purpose arts centre and the home of South Australia’s performing arts was built in the 1970s. The Festival Theatre opened in June 1973.
The Festival Centre is managed by the Adelaide Festival Centre Trust, which is responsible for encouraging and facilitating artistic, cultural and performing arts activities, as well as maintaining and improving the building and facilities of the Adelaide Festival Centre complex including the Dunstan Playhouse, Space Theatre and Festival Theatre and Her Majesty’s which has recently relaunched in all its glory after an extensive upgrade.