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The Howl

 A complex work with mathematical and geometric patterns which dissolve into other more animalistic movements

The Howl has has pathos, tenderness and a curious and at times disarming movement vocabulary. Stirring orchestral music (prerecorded) provides the framework for organisation ruptured by chaos. On the one hand the dancers rally, galvanise and move in the same direction. On the other they thrash, shatter and collapse. 

" … the ensemble generated an intense level of connectedness before our eyes through multitudinous combinations of bodies and hearts. Cinematic at times, abstract at others, but sustained by a subtle underlying structure, the music commands and reignites our attention in sympathy with the dance. No wonder The Howl was a hit with the cheering crowd." Lee Christofis - Dance Australia.

Image: Jen Brown

The Howl Touring

The Howl is available for mainstage touring throughout Australia, and can be paired with one or more of Tasdance's other mainstage touring works:

Plain English by Liesel Zink
Thorn by Gabrielle Nankivell
Fragile Matter by Paul Blackman and Christine Gouzelis

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Previous Productions

Hobart 
Theatre Royal
9-10 October 2015

Launceston 
Princess Theatre
17 October 2015