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"It really seems to touch people"

Wayne McGregor brings his astonishing reinterpretation of Jonathan Safran Foer's experimental novel to the Sydney Festival.

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Tree of Codes

Date: 21 Dec 2017

When British choreographer Wayne McGregor was given a book as a gift, he had no idea it would spin off into a show described by audiences on Twitter as “exhilarating”, “sexy-gorgeous” and “heart-expansively awesome”.

Audrey interviewed Wayne about his creative process and his extraordinary Tree of Codes collaborators. You can read it here.

McGregor’s thoughts on Brexit and the arts? Got those, too. Read them here.

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