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Unsolved Crimes of Art: Part One

Alexa Wilson and Crystal Shard Productions Present...

Unsolved Crimes of the Art: Part One: The Power of Song



Photo Image by Alexa Wilson: Tallulah Holly-Massey and Josh Rutter

Prepare to be provoked, entertained and implicated in unsolved crimes of the art and the heart set beneath the sea in a seedy karaoke bar, where the power of song calls, like creatures of the deep, to surface your fears and heal your heartache. Come drown with us in troubled waters in a sometimes chaotic, sometimes cleansing, but always deep, series of satirical assassinations of self and surrounding culture. Allow yourself to be swept away in overboard and biting ways by yes, sharks, and rescued from the deep along with us...This is a performance art to art revival dance paradox. Let us rock your boat...

Celebrating experimental choreography it is a series of solos by provokaturgs Alexa Wilson, Tania Crow, Anja Packham, Tallulah Holly-Massey & Josh Rutter

“Best New Work by Emerging Contemporary Choreographer: Magic Box by Alexa Wilson. Wilson’s work is a rich complex feast... her unnerving clarity and audacious style reveal an intellect capable of a major work.” Francesca Horsley, Listener 2004

Wellington: Fringe 06 March 1-4, 9pm, The Blue Note, cnr Cuba and Vivian St (includes a guest solo by Beaue Simone-Frost prior to main show)

Auckland: March 8, 9 and 10, 8pm, The Rising Sun, K Rd, (band Anbaric plays after)
$10/15, all tickets sold on the door for both seasons

ENDS

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