600 SECONDS – MOVEMOVEMOVE
31 Jan - 4 Feb
RUNNING TIMEApprox. 70mins
It's time to move
Get that blood pumping. Catch five different movement and dance short works curated and mentored by Janine Oxenham in the one cardio session. The talent of Western Australia’s vibrant and dynamic dance artists will be showcased in the Theatre, transforming both space and body for a nightly program of rigorous and innovative movement performance.
The Golden Rules by Briannah Davis & Tom Mullane
You may not have been born with style, but you can create it.
Team: Briannah Davis, Tom Mullane & Olivia Hendry
ASK by Barbara Hostalek / Mudskipper Productions
What does it cost to repair our mistakes? What would you give to get back what you lost? All you have to do is ask …
Team: Barbara Hostalek, Taj Pigram, Tehya Makani & Oliver Hughes
1.5 metres squared by Brent Rollins
What happens when 5 people are confined to an impossible amount of space? Are there limits to limitation? Or could it be limitless?
Team: Brent Rollins, Gabrielle De Vriese, Xin Hui Ong, Elliot Dunn, Macon Riley, Sophie Sibbons & Dj midsole
As the Sun began to set by Mustafa Al Mahdi
Where do we seek certainty? And what do we allow to remain uncertain? A contemporary oral tale about wine and tea.
Team: Mustafa Al Mahdi
Splice by Xin Hui Ong
Is there such a thing as free will in a seemingly deterministic world? In a multidimensional universe of infinite possibilities, we explore what could be.
Team: Xin Hui Ong, Nicholas Stark, Estelle Brown, Joanna Cooper, Amelia Sagrabb, Luci Young & Abbey Felton
About 600 SECONDS
After some time off, Boorloo’s favourite short works program, 600 SECONDS, will return to Summer Nights in 2023! This training ground for performance will put makers through their paces to create and present a 10-minute piece. There are three (training) programs to choose from: storytelling and theatre in HIIT, dance with MOVEMOVEMOVE, and experimental anything and everything in between late-night spots in AFTER HOURS. Take your pick or try all three.
Image by Nicolee Fox
Curator and Mentor