3 May 2019
Invisible Practice, supported by Moonah Arts Centre, presents a preview performance of new work in development, SEND.
SEND has been described as disorientating, fascinating and frightening, and delightfully disturbing.
The works has been created collaboratively by Glen Murray with visual artist Nicole Robson and features lighting design by Jason James.
Funds raised from this preview performance will contribute to the Arts Tasmania Claudio Alcorso International Residency. This was awarded to Invisible Practice to engage in a collaborative professional development in South Africa.
The residency will be a collaboration between South African dance artist Georgina Thomson, Nicole Robson and Glen Murray, and will take place in South Africa later this year.
Audience Advice: SEND contains adult content and some coarse language. Parental guidance recommended.
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3 May 2019
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Moonah Arts Centre
23-27 Albert Road, Moonah, 7009