Chorographed by Julie Lockett
Featuring Julie Lockett and Jennifer Fleenor
A tale about two women and their dresses follows the success of choreographer Julie Locketts work tank for RunDance Initiatives which was nominated for the Sexiest Show Award in last years Fringe. The piece is movement led and uses pre-recorded music drawing from the film scores of Ennio Morricone and Henry Mancini.
Jennifer Fleenor trained at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne, after which she based herself in New York where she danced with several companies. She came to Ireland to work with Fluxusdance Company and has since performed with Daghdha Dance Company, Catapult Dance Company, RunDance Initiatives and Pasodos Dance Company.
Julie Lockett trained at Colaiste Stiofain Naofa, Cork and University of Middlesex, UK, after which she returned to Ireland. She has performed with Daghdha Dance Company, Catapult Dance Company and Opera Ireland. She will also be performing The Other Side of O by American dance artist Deborah Hay during the Fringe, along with dancer Ella Clarke in a daily three hour installation at Temple Bar Gallery and Studios.