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Grand Finale

A dystopian contemporary dance transforms the stage into a darkly rapturous party for the end of days.

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Grand Finale

Date: 24 Dec 2019

Civil collapse. Ecological disaster. Humanity’s demise.

In the face of the unknown, Hofesh Shechter stares unflinchingly into the void and creates a masterful dance for the dark.

Equal parts lyrical musical performance, theatrical experience and manic celebration, Grand Finale is an electrifying post-apocalyptic tale of euphoria, surrender and doom.

Hofesh Shechter’s exceptional ensemble of dancers paint a wild vision of a world in freefall. The end draws nearer as scattered survivors leap, spin and twist through the tempest, silently screaming and increasingly fevered as malice and violence invade the stage.

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