FRINGE 2016 - DOUBLE BILL - BRAINCHILD
29 September 2016 - 01 October 2016
BRAINCHILD is a double bill comprising Low Expectations (Samantha Crameri-Miller) and Principle of Causation (Cameron Lansdown-Goodman)
A dance governed by stories; itty bitty anecdotes crammed with an excessive amount of alliteration.
Choreography: Samantha Crameri-Miller
Sound: Shai Martin
PRINCIPLE OF CAUSATION
How do our choices affect others? A contemporary investigation of how our choices effect our relationships with other people.
Choreography: Cameron Lansdown-Goodman and dancers
Sound: Dance Yates
Performers: Dominik Mall, May Greenberg, Robert Tinning
Samantha Crameri-Miller graduated from WAAPA in 2014 with a BA (Dance). She has performed in Perth and Sydney as well as France, Amsterdam and America. In 2014 she did a secondment with Sydney Dance Company and another in 2015 with ilDance in Sweden. Samantha has choreographed in the Spectrum Space Gallery and at UWA and as a part of Strut's Short Cuts. Her work 'Low Expectations' was performed in Perth Fringe Festival 2016 as a part of the production 'Brainchild' which received the WA award for the Dance and Physical Theatre section.
PRINCIPLE OF CAUSATION
Cameron Lansdown-Goodman grew up in the Northern Territory andstarted taking ballet classes at the age of six – going on to become deeply involved in the development of Darwin's dance community.
After completing a Bachelor of Arts in Dance at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) in 2014, Cameron developed an interest for education too – especially in creating awareness of dance as a form of self-expression. In his final year at WAAPA, Cameron participated in a Dance Integrated Australia's Bundanon Residency, which sparked his interest in integrated dance practice. In 2015 Cameron joined Touch Compass, where he is eager to put everything he has learnt into practice.
In 2016, Cameron presented Brainchild at Perth Fringe World 2016. Where the show, which included his first choreographed work "All in the Cards" was awarded WA Dance and Physical Theatre award for the festival.
Where: Sylvia Staehli Theatre (wheelchair accessible)
Dates: SEPTEMBER 29 - OCTOBER 1
Cost: $25 Full | $20 Concession | $15 Dancehouse member
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