I CAN'T MAKE IT ALONE

Dates: 15 Dec - 15 Dec

Tickets: €17

Taken from the title of the 1967 Dusty Springfield song, this fast-paced dance work explores themes of frustration, fear, humanity and independence. The performers struggle to find stable ground in an intensely changeable and evolving choreographic framework, which is propelled forward through a series of repeat patterns and cover versions. The piece features a cast of seven international and home grown dancers and collaborations with renowned opera and theatre designer Joe Vanek, lighting designer/filmmaker Morleigh Steinberg and composer David Turpin. ‘Roche weaves these concepts into her work with a seductiveness and guile that leaves you saying: Hang on. Do that again… Impressively articulate dance’ The Irish Times

Choreographer LIZ ROCHE

Lighting MORLEIGH STEINBERG

Costume JEAN CONNOLLY & LIZ ROCHE

Composer DAVID TURPIN

Set JOE VANEK Cast

JAZMIN CHIODI, PHILIP CONNAUGHTON, JUSTINE DOSWELL , STÉPHANE HISLER, ROBERT JACKSON, GRANT MCLAY & RIONACH NÍ NÉILL

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