NO COLD FEET – site-specific transformations

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It's free, it's strange, it's adventurous and it's in the middle of city life. NO COLD FEET is an experience, incorporating the sights, sounds, smells and substances of our city into sixty minutes of weird and beautiful art.

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An adventure at dusk for the whole family. The dancers will take you on a journey  through magnificent spaces and sculptural niches of the most beautiful sites in the heart of the city.


…a great sense of presence.  A strange, haunting, challenging and exciting event well worth braving the elements for.
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….thought provoking and evocative. AUSDANCE

 


 

Previous Season Details

Cathedral Square, Cook & Phillip Park
Art and About Sydney 2011
4 – 16 October, 2011

We are delighted to be a part of the spring festival  Art and About Sydney 2011 and remount our tremendously popular show NO COLD FEET with a fabulous ensemble of new dancers, extraordinary costumes by upcoming fashion designer Albert Baldwin and extended music by Barbara Clare in collaboration with Steve Toulmin.

Dancers Peter Fraser, Linda Luke, Vicki Van Hout, Kathryn Puie,  Katina Olsen, Mark Hill, Kirsty Kiloh and Gideon Payten-Griffiths
Sound Composition Barbara Clare and Steve Toulmin
Costume Design Albert Baldwin
Lighting Design Rachel Smith
Flag Installation John Gillies
Technical Crew Torrens Alaska, Peggy Chien, Shauntelle Benjamin, Melissa Hunt, Georgia Hunter, Andy McGuiness, Kevin Ng, Sophie Pekbilimli, Godelle Rayment
Choreography Tess de Quincey
Project Manger Sam Hawker
Photos Paris Spellson

Cathedral Square, Cook & Phillip Park
28 May – 1 June 2003

dancers Lynne dos Santos, Ryuichi Fujimura, Katrina Harrison, Victoria Hunt, Thomas Jackson and Amanda Martyn
Sound composition Barbara Clare
Costume design Lea Donnan
lighting design Richard Manner
lighting crew Yuki Kusama, Koon Fei Wong, Emily Curtis and Agatha Gothe-Snape
Choreography Tess de Quincey
photos Paris Spellson

 

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