Catherine Young Dance

Dance

ULTIMA THULE

Dates: 14 Apr - 16 Apr

Show Time: 8.00pm

Tickets: €12 - €16

Preview: 14 Apr €12
Dates: 15 – 16 Apr €16/14

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“I am weary, my soul, my wandering has lasted too long, my search for myself outside of myself”
Carl Jung

Catherine Young returns to Project following her critically acclaimed work Woman Stood Regardless (2014).

Ultima Thule, inspired by Carl Jung’s seminal work Liber Novus (The Red Book), presents a voyage of discovery into the psyche, exploring the road we take through life in search of soul.

This highly physical piece features an all-female cast of international performers and is set to live percussion and voice.

Ultima Thule digs deep to find out what connects us all – so that we can guide each other home.


 

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“If you were under the impression that the continued campaign for gender equality is an exaggeration, this production will smack you back to reality”
Musings in Intermissions on Woman Stood Regardless 

“Go see it for the beauty and the pain”
No More Workhorse on Woman Stood Regardless


 

Post-Show Discussion: Thu 14 May
Chaired by Finola Cronin (dancer, choreographer and lecturer at UCD) with Catherine Young and members of the cast

Running time: 65 min (no interval)

Age suitability: 13+


 

Choreographer: Catherine Young

Dancers: Ivonne Kalter, Anna Kaszuba, Anna Mari Keskinen, Marion Cronin, Magdalena Hylak

Music: Michael Fleming (composer) in collaboration with Brian Fleming (percussion), Michelle O’Rourke (vocals), Martin Schärer  (percussion) and Fiona Sheil (additional sound design)

Lighting Design: Tim Feehily

Marketing and PR: Conall Ó Riain

Image: Luca Truffarelli


 

Supported by the Arts Council, Kerry County Council, Dance Ireland, Project Arts Centre, Firkin Crane, Shawbrook and Dance Limerick


 

Bringing a group?
Discounted rates are available for groups of 8 people or more.
To find out how much you could save, contact Andrew on 01 8819613 or andrew@projectartscentre.ie

 

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