TrashDollys are looking for a community cast to perform as a part of 5 Days Of Falling on Saturday 27th January at the Trinity Centre, Bristol. We are looking for participants aged 16+ who have an interest in movement and performing. No experience in dance or performance is necessary.
Participants will take part in 4 workshops with company members to create a short piece to be presented alongside TrashDollys, and a mixed program of performances from Bristol based artists on Saturday 27th January. The community cast piece will explore themes around isolation, and the value of communication in young people.
The rehearsals and performance will take place at the Trinity Centre, Bristol. You will be required on the following dates:
23rd January | 5pm – 7pm
24th January | 5pm – 7pm
25th January | 5pm – 7pm
26th January | 5pm – 7pm
27th January | 3pm – 5pm (Rehearsal) | 7pm – 9pm (Performance)
To sign up for a place in the community cast, just email email@example.com - please include your name, age, and a line or two about you and what interests you in the project. Its free to take part!
TrashDollys movement style and creative work can be explored through a range of workshops and professional development opportunities. Be the first to hear about our upcoming workshops, intensives and classes by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, we will add you to our mail list and keep you posted on our movements.
TrashDollys invite proposals from festivals, agencies and institutions who are seeking bespoke workshops for specific groups. Workshops can be tailored for non-experienced dancers, dance students and professionals.
TrashDollys intensives are a playful and inclusive environment, designed for movers from all backgrounds who wish to explore the company’s movement style. There is an emphasise on versatility, and acquiring techniques which allow the body to constantly enter new or unorthodox territory whilst maintaining flow, control, balance and rhythm.
Intensives focus on four areas:
A series of playful exercises aimed to soften and bring awareness to the body.
A break down of refreshing floorwork techniques, and how we can work towards developing and maintaining flow, control, balance and rhythm.
TrashDollys repertoire designed to build confidence with weight exchange, flying and inversions.
A shift Into improvisational territory with creative tasks and Sam’s water jugs..
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