Dancing With The Orange Dog (Multi-media Performance, ARC Stockton, 12 & 13 Feb 2013)

Dancing with the Orange DogUsing theatre, dance, music, visual arts, photography and the moving image, this intimate and quirky evening is all about stories; why we tell them and why we sometimes turn them into shaggy dogs.

Dancing with the Orange Dog
Tuesday 12 and Wednesday 13 February, 6.30pm
ARC Stockton
Please click here for details and tickets

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One Response to Dancing With The Orange Dog (Multi-media Performance, ARC Stockton, 12 & 13 Feb 2013)

  1. anniRaw says:

    Highly recommended – I went to this joyous production last night when it was in Bradford, It’s a feast for the imagination in 3 parts: a rich visual art exhibition/installation, (at the venue), which you can visit at any time even if you can’t get to the show; then the show which is gentle and magical whilst also looking at fears, insomnia, paranoia and fantasy, all through storytelling. I loved the visual effects surrounding the performers, which were hand-drawn animation using projections and light. Wild and exciting, scary and innocent all at once.
    After the performance there is part 3: a live music performance accompanied by live projected drawing. Go!! you’ll be sad you missed it if you don’t get there.

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