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Frame of Mind

Frame of Mind.

The Ariel Middlemiss Dance Collective in association with the Fringe invites you come and explore the palette of emotions through the medium of dance.

An eclectic mix of contemporary, neo classical, lyrical and jazz, this energetic body of work promises to be a treat for the eyes and also seeks to engage the viewers mind as well.

This work explores emotions from the almost primal feelings of anger and betrayal, through to the soft outpourings of true love and unparalleled joy.

Through the expression of dance and movement you will weave though the complexities of the adult mind and travel through the innocent mind of a child. Within brute strength there is vulnerability, and teenage awkwardness is juxtaposed against ease of movement. These emotions play off against each other, at times battling to be heard.

Sit back and let this wash over you, as dance paints the picture in - Frame of Mind.

Venue
Whitireia Theatre

Dates
February, 28
March, 1

Time
7:00pm

Duration
55 mins

Prices
Full $20
Concession $16
Group $16
Fringe Addict $14
Artist Card $14

Tickets
Cash Only Door Sales
04 238 6225
http://www.thetheatre.co.nz

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