Gravity & Other Myths / Orfeó Català Girls Choir - Australia
July 5 to 8
Tarif normal à partir de 36
Enfants de moins de 12 ans à partir de 18
Étudiants de moins de 25 ans à partir de 30,60
Personnes âgées de plus de 65 ans à partir de 32,40
One of the most internationally renowned companies in contemporary Australian circus is back with a monolithic work of scale that unites audience, acrobat and choir into a single mesmerising organism.
Winner of the award for Outstanding Production, Outstanding Design and Best Circography at the 2021 International Circus Awards.
When facing change you have two options - to tame the beast or to ride the beast.
For acrobatics and physical theatre company, Gravity & Other Myths, 2020 was a beast like no other and taming it was never a viable option.
From the sobering scenario of becoming an acrobatics based company who couldn’t touch each other, our most ambitious work to date was conceived.
The Pulse is a monolithic work of scale that tells a story of cause and effect. How we, as people, communities or clusters of particles, respond to the subtle or significant changes that are continually happening around us.
Geoff Cobham’s sentient lighting design, with Darcy Grant's inspired direction and Ekrem Eli Phoenix's driving score inhabited by the formidable Orféo Català Girls Choir from Barcelona conducted by Buia Reixach create an organic synchronicity of human movement and sound - all to the beat of your own pounding pulse!
“Gravity defied in spectacular fashion.”- Sydney Morning Herald
“A jaw-dropping, edge of your seat, virtuoso production that must be seen to be believed.”- Theatre Travels
This project has been assisted by:
- The Australian Government's Major Festivals Initiative, managed by the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body, in association with the Confederation of Australian International Arts Festivals Inc., commissioned by, Adelaide Festival, Sydney Festival, Darwin Festival and GWB Entertainment Pty Ltd
- The Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body
- MM Electrical Merchandising
- House of Oz
- The Government of South Australia, Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure through Arts South Australia
This project was supported by :
Performed by :
Ensemble: Alyssa Moore, Andre Augustus, Annalise Moore, Axl Osborne, Dylan Phillips, Emily Gare, Jackson Manson, Jacob Randell, Jascha Boyce, Joanne Curry, Jordan Hart, Joren Dawson, Joshua Strachan, Kevin Beverley, Lachlan Binns, Lachlan Harper, Lewis Rankin, Louis Gift, Lyndon Johnson, Martin Schreiber, Maya Tregonning, Megan Giesbrecht, Shani Stephens, Simon McClure
Choir: Orfeó Català Girls Choir
Choir conductor & soloist: Buia Reixach
Created by :
Director: Darcy Grant
Lighting & Set Designer: Geoff Cobham
Composer: Ekrem Eli Phoenix
Conductor & Soloist: Christie Anderson
Sound System design: Mik Lavage
Creative Ensemble: Alyssa Moore, Amanda Lee, Andre Augustus, Annalise Moore, Axl Osborne, Benton Adams-Walker, Chris Carlos, Dylan Phillips, Emily Gare, Ellen Grow, Jackson Manson, Jacob Randell, Jascha Boyce, Joanne Curry, Jordan Hart, Joren Dawson, Joshua Strachan, Kevin Beverley, Lachlan Binns, Lachlan Harper, Lewis Rankin, Lewis West, Lisa Goldsworthy, Lyndon Johnson, Margot Mansfield, Martin Schreiber, Maya Tregonning, Megan Giesbrecht, Rachel Boyd, Shani Stephens, Simon McClure, Tom Adams-Walker
Choir: Aurora (Young Adelaide Voices)
Company Producers: Jascha Boyce, Jacob Randell, Darcy Grant
Executive Producer: Torben Brookman
Production Manager: Belinda Respondeck
Technical Director: Marko Respondeck