A creative roller coaster snakes forward. Pleased that the much cherished Shed venture, over from London, now ticking under the new name, EMBRACE. Now making plenty of fine movements Les Twentyman and Ron Coleman have been hugely supportive and the radio interviews on 774 ABC and 3aw, have really sounded a bugle call to youth here website up and smoking.
A little birdie tells me there is a fine chance to get GENESIS TO BROADWAY up and running for a third oz incarnation in November.
Starting to also focus on the rehearsals ahead with fabulous dancer Jess Mortlock in the “RISING” world debut.
Wearing my London Beat hat, I went to the new Van Gogh exhibition at the NGV. After the euphoria of the last Hockney here, the benchmark was high.
Much to my, and no doubt Vincent’s disappointment, it seems only the reserve team turned up, which was ok, if heralded accordingly.
So much hoopla for a decidedly unsatisfying experience!
I was delighted to have put heavy pencil on some “SAMMY” dates for March 2018.
Both Spurs and St Kilda appear to be currently overachieving. Long may it continue
A real celebration of humanist values!
From Indian and African dancing and drummers comes a major event on August 23rd at Glen Eira Town Hall.
Watch this space…
A huge multi cultural celebration for William Cooper and a fascinating Indigenous Australian story.
Les Twentyman , Warren Wills and friends from Western Suburbs celebrate in EMBRACE style. This is for the world premiere on October 22.
EMBRACE comes hard on the heels of more than 12 successful years at the SHED formula in London UK… Full steam ahead!
Jess Mortlock and Warren Wills get all Ziggy for the forthcoming world premiere of “BOWIE AND MERCURY RISING”
“I saw Jess dance in ON THE ROCKS a few years ago and was simply blown away.” (Wills)