Far Flung

Friday 3rd October 2pm The Crack House, The Edwards, Hunter Design School
Saturday 4th October 2pm The Crack House, The Edwards, Hunter Design School
Sunday 5th October 12pm The Crack House, The Edwards, Hunter Design School

Relationships and distance… an unhappy mix? Choose your time, choose your venue and join the story as it unfolds.

Created and performed by Anna Kallstrom, Hannah Wong, Courtney Scheu, Ashlee Bye, Robert Brassington

Presented by Crack Theatre Festival and Octapod thanks to Creative Partnerships Australia MATCH Funding initiative.

Anna Kallstrom: This year, having graduated from LINK at WAAPA, Anna has worked with Creative Behaviours Dance Company, performing several shows including touring to Perth, as well as performing a separate site specific solo in Circling the Brink. Anna regularly collaborates with others to perform dance works.

Hannah Wong: Born in Singapore, Hannah moved to Melbourne to study dance at VCA. After graduating, she worked with companies Opera Australia, and Rain & Lucky Dance Theatre. She is a founding member of Menagerie, and created Beyond Exhaustion with Ashlee Bye and Courtney Scheu in 2012.

Courtney Scheu has presented work at Anywhere Theatre Festival, Crack Theatre Festival and You Are Here. Courtney performed with Tami Dance Company in the Brisbane Festival 2011 and the Architecture Biennale 2012 (Venice). Courtney is performing in Shift by Liesel Zink, commissioned by Artslink QLD.

Ashlee Bye has performed and presented work at festivals in Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Newcastle, Emerald and Dunedin (NZ), and worked with Liquid Skin and Mirramu Dance companies. A founding member of Menagerie Dance, Ashlee likes her work to inhabit the space between intellect and instinct.

Robert Brassington is a dance artist and graduate of the VCA. He works independently in Melbourne and Central Victoria and has worked with Liquid Skin and Menagerie Dance. Earlier this year Robert was awarded the Mount Alexander Shire Youth Award for Performing Arts.

 

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