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Sydney Dance Company

AARON SPENCER
7:30 pm Wednesday, Oct. 23., Wednesday October 23 | $26-$64.
 
Australia’s leader in contemporary dance is backed by a flashing LED light show. The 16 dancers in 2 One Another move with both athletic energy and subtlety as they embody the possibilities of human interaction. Spanish-born choreographer Rafael Bonachela, who’s been the company’s artistic director since 2009, won the Australian Dance Award for choreography for the piece in August. The company won the award for performance. Though at first glance 2 One Another appears impersonal—like the mechanical spectacle of a rave—Bonachela drew from an intimate source to create it. The piece is inspired by a Samuel Webster poem that shows how personal communication can still exist in the digital age.

Where: Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Phone: 245-1600
Address: 1037 SW Broadway
Website: http://www.whitebird.org/sydney-dance-company

 
 
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