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David Pye, Phil Thomson and Lee Buddle
Danielle Micich’s new work for Buzz Dance Theatre attracted a great review. Thrill, a double bill, was praised in the West Australian for being a potent, accessible and sophisticated mix of artistry and athleticism. Danielle’s work, Plan B, is praised for many artistic reasons, and also because the incredible energy of the cast ensures they are exhilarating to watch. Read the review, see the show.
Phil Thomson – director and libbrettist for the opera writes
In a previous post, Danielle and I announced dance audtions for into the Shimmer Heat.
We are auditioning some very promising young dancers this week. The response to our So You Think You Can Dance in an Opera call-out has netted some very interesting, trained and talented dancers. Nina is the major role of the opera, with both narrative and impressionistic/emotional/cathartic dance. We need a creative athlete with great stamina, discipline and strength and able to plumb emotional depths. Courageous. Not scared of heights. Able to act. And transport us as only dancers do. This is a big ask, but I have a feeling that all the dancers we’ve shortlisted could do a great job. We have such talent in the west, from the west.
I am so looking forward to the audition. I’ll let you know how we go.