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One of the outstanding works of physical theatre presented in this year's Sydney Festival, Dust invites you to consider how we can scrutinise the past in order to shape the future.

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Company: Dancenorth
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Dust

Date: 30 Nov 2018

One of the outstanding works of physical theatre presented in this year’s Sydney Festival, Dust invites you to consider how we can scrutinise the past in order to shape the future.

Dancenorth is renowned for its cohort of award-winning, Australian contemporary dancers; last year’s Attractor won Best Dance Performance and Best Choreography at the 2017 Helpmann Awards. “The dancers are brilliant – free and technically wonderful,” Dance Australia wrote of Attractor. “The work is truly an interplay between dancers and audience.”

Featuring live violin by Canada’s Jessica Moss (Thee Silver Mt. Zion) and an architecturally-designed set by Tasmania’s award-winning Liminal Spaces, this is Dancenorth at its most provocative, physically exciting and intellectually curious.

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