Step Up 2017 Participants
Step Up 2017 Participants Bianca Paige Smith, Sarah Greene, Celina Jaffe and Oran Leong


Free event but RSVP essential to by Thursday 23 November


18:00pm to 19:00pm


Sat 25 Nov '17


Dance Limerick

Step Up Repertory Performance Sharing | 25 November | Dance Limerick | 8pm | Free event but RSVP essential to by Thursday 23 November

Following on from the success of this year’s sell out performance, RAVENOUS, the 2017 Step Up participants Celina Jaffe, Sarah Greene, Bianca Paige Smith and Oran Leong began the repertory part of the project in November. The dancers worked for 2 weeks with world renowned Irish choreographers Marguerite Donlon and Catherine Young on the reconstruction/setting of existing choreography. The culmination of this hard work is a performance by the participants showcasing the skills and methods they have learned on Saturday 25 November here in Dance Limerick.

The 2 works that will be performed are Exploratory Study by Marguerite Donlon which mixes contemporary dance with a nod to traditional styles and Ultima Thule by Catherine Young which is inspired by Carl Jung's seminal work Liber Novus, exploring the road we take through life in search of soul.

Free event but RSVP essential to by Thursday 23 November.


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