The double bill opens with an exploration of the dance technique created by Elroy Joseph: a dialogue of classical and contemporary styles fused with Caribbean dance. Elroy was a distinguished dancer and choreographer of Afro-Caribbean Jazz Dance until his death in 1997. Reflections, choreographed by Natalie Deen, builds on Elroy’s principles: joyful and free spirited movement, music and drumming captures the spirit and rhythms unite in a contemporary Afro-Caribbean fusion.
Paul Taylor is a lighting designer. Light is an exploration through contemporary dance of the possibilities and inspirations of contemporary stage lighting. The creative process begins with the lighting design, as the dancers take inspiration for a journey through light and dark to a place beyond the shadows.
Tickets £6 / £3 concessions
Free to Edge Hill Students
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