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FRINGE '04: Terrain

20 January 2004

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Wellington Fringe Season: Friday Feb 27 - Fri March 5, 2004

One of the specialties of this year’s Fringe Festival, Terrain is a highly engaging and experimental boutique dance event that features dancers Guy Ryan and Malia Johnston in a courageous and uniquely beautiful performance of movement, theatre and sound. Designed to be independent of theatres, Terrain is instead set in and around a small, secret self-contained installation, shifts between 3 intimate venues over the 8 night season, and each time plays to an exclusive, close-up audience of ONLY 14.

Outlaw is a new Auckland-based production company that combines the talents of leading young choreographers Guy Ryan and Malia Johnston. Both renowned for producing work of high quality, Malia is the current principle choreographer for the New Zealand World of Wearable Arts Awards, whilst Guy has recently returned from Europe, where he danced with Random Scream Company in Brussels and studied at the Impulstanz festival in Vienna on a prestigious Dance web scholarship.

“It’s a real pleasure to get a glimpse of the creative range of two very promising new choreographers. Malia Johnston and Guy Ryan demonstrated in Weather Vain People and Fracture that such talent can reap rich rewards. Waikato Times Monday 1-7-2002

Adam Art Gallery Fri 27 Feb @ 1pm (student matinee) and 8pm
Victoria University of Wellington Sat 28 Feb @ 8pm only
Gate 3, Kelburn Parade
WACT: Wellington Artists Sun 29 Feb, Mar1,2,3 @ 9pm
Charitable Trust studio
Level 1, 44 Cable St,
(opposite Te Papa)
Tarrant Dance Studios Thur 4, Fri 5 March @ 9.30pm
Upstairs @ 125 Cuba St

Tickets: $15 Full / $12 Unwaged / $10 Fringe Addict
Bookings: Guy 021-049-6673 / Malia 021-520-170 /

Interested parties are strongly encouraged to ring Guy or Malia direct to book. For further information or to arrange an interview call Guy or Malia on either of the mobiles above.

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