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An extract of RED TEARS will be showcased at BluePrint on the Sat 12th of April!

I will be showcasing an extract of my piece RED TEARS at Blue Print on the Sat 12th of April with lovely Ekin Bernay. 

So if you missed it at The Place come and have a taste of it. There will be other performances on the night...

Trailer: http://vimeo.com/76263705

 

Part of Dance Currents 2014 season

Fresh, fun and ambitious. Blueprint brings to the stage the latest trends, freshest moves and a range of styles from the brightest up and coming choreographers that the UK has to offer. The line up promises a new generation of choreographers who will present fusions, collaborations and styles that will lay the future of dance - make sure you catch it here first.

"Incredibly uplifting"

"great opportunity to see the future of dance."(Audience members - Blueprint 2013)

Full line up to be announced shortly.

 

TICKET ARE ON SALE!

Tickets: £9 / £5 concessions

Venue: Stratford Circus, Theatre Square, E15 1BXTube/Rail: Stratford (Central, DLR, Jubilee, Overground)

REVIEWS

http://www.theplace.org.uk/blog/resolution-review/fri-7-feb-porkpie-dance-theatremaria-fonsecageorgia-tegou

 

'If you’ve ever had Jungian therapy, Maria Fonseca’s duet Red Tears is like a physical manifestation of archetypal images that you work with in order to find your ‘inner self’. Dressed in red, Fonseca is a vital life force, possessing a grounded yet exuberant energy in her struggles to reach the light. Her shadow, the sinister black- clad Ekin Bernay, is a looming presence who attempts to suppress and trap Fonseca; the side of ourselves that we’d rather not know about. The spot light on the darkened stage, draws attention to the ferocious intensity of Fonseca’s performance. From tiny finger twitches to huge waves of shuddering motion which emanate from her centre, Fonseca’s body is a limitless palette of choreographic invention. A woman both possessed by and in possession of her choreography.' Josephine Leask

 

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