Phoenix Dance Theatre’s Triple Bill 2016 showcases three engaging works in celebration of their 35th anniversary.
Shakespeare’s most intimate, mysterious and radical sonnets are reimagined in Kate Flatt’s “Undivided Loves” which fuses sound, words and dance to a vibrant and percussive score.
(Undivided Loves is co-commissioned with Watford Palace Theatre).
Co-commissioned with the Royal Ballet, Dutch/Israeli choreographer, Itzik Galili, reworks h piece “Until.With/Out.Enough”, an emotional abstract journey filled with intimacy, athletic power and tension.
Until.With/Out.Enough is a co-commission between The Royal Ballet and Phoenix Dance Theatre)
Finally, the quirky and playful “Bloom” by award-winning choreographer Caroline Finn explores the darkly comic expressions of life and humanity.
Bloom is commissioned in partnership with the New Adventures Choreographer Award
‘the Leeds-based company can pride itself on being one of Britain’s most enduring dance institutions […] it’s never lost sight of its underlying brand – mixing the popular mainstream with the unexpected and unpredictable.’ – The Guardian, on Phoenix Dance Theatre
The Guardian (Until.With/Out.Enough)
The Observer (Bloom)
‘a fresh, Afro-Brazilian flavour’
The Times (Undivided Loves)