The American Moth

The American Moth

Dance

The American Moth is a hybrid, multi-medial performance combining dance, theatre in multiple langua...

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Story, story, die.

Story, story, die.

Dance

With a cast of 7 extraordinary dancers – Story, story, die. looks at the interdependency between li...

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AMERICA ep. 3 - SuperAmateur

AMERICA ep. 3 - SuperAmateur

Dance

“What a vast screen one could fill if there were no edits…” For the final installment in their Amer...

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AMERICA - Ep. 2 Pychopatriot

AMERICA - Ep. 2 Pychopatriot

Dance

America’s got a story. And it’s sticking to it. But where’s it written down? Where is the ‘Great Am...

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Simulacrum

Simulacrum

Dance

Simulacrum weaves together the true histories of two extraordinary dancers – to create a semi-ficti...

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Jingle Horse! A Christmas Special

Jingle Horse! A Christmas Special

Dance

Jingle Horse is Winter Guests’ first direct collaboration with the Norwegian Opera and Ballet, and ...

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Coelacanth

Coelacanth [see,lu-canth]

Dance

With Coelacanth we present our biggest and most ambitious project ever - an epic 5,5 hour theatrica...

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LILLY & GEORGE

LILLY & GEORGE

Dance

Mum and Dad – It all begins with them. During our childhood, our parents’ experiences and choices b...

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BIRD IN MAGIC RAIN WITH TEARS

BIRD IN MAGIC RAIN WITH TEARS

Dance

Multi-medial two act play for three performers Essentially a piece about longing and coming to term...

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WHAT'S NOT TO LOVE?

WHAT'S NOT TO LOVE?

Drawing on references from cinema, television and theatre, “What’s Not to Love?” utilises many expressions to convey it’s singular message - 'there is nothing that cannot be loved' - nothing.  Based, in part, on scenes from the movie “All about Eve”, (the iconic Betty Davis Movie from 1950), “What’s not to love?” becomes an ironic meta-piece about life, ambition and the roles we play.

Text written by Alan Lucien Øyen is fused with scenes from “Six Feet Under”, “All about Eve” and improvised dialogue between the performers, to create a piece which rolls from irony and humour in to sadness and melancholy.  Garland performers such as Kate Strong, Yvonne Øyen and Anthony Rizzy throw themselves from one character and situation in to another in a Vaudeville of a show - lip-sync,  acting, singing, dancing (performed by the award winning Daniel Proietto), and... waiting.

- “There is some kind of beauty in waiting.”

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In the press:

“'What’s Not to Love' has something unusually genuine about it; a sort of passion that is rarely seen in a lot of contemporary art.“ - Svensk Danstidning

WHAT'S NOT TO LOVE?

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