Adelaide Festival 28 February - 16 March 2014

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AM I

Shaun Parker & Company

Australia

"Shaun Parker has a deft, original touch in creating theatre."

- Sydney Morning Herald

This stunning collision of dance and live music investigates the quintessential meaning of ‘I’. Am I my tribe? Am I my genetic blueprint? Am I a random cosmological consequence? Shaun Parker’s gripping choreography is beautifully set against composer Nick Wales’ rich tapestry of reinvented world music in an arresting collaboration performed by fourteen extraordinary musicians and dancers, including guest artist Shantala Shivalingappa.

“… it’s hard not to feel deliciously enlightened by this warm-hearted show” 
Read a review from Limelight Magazine

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Details

Thu 27 Feb 7pm
Fri 28 Feb 7pm
Sat 1 Mar 2pm & 7pm

1 hour 30 minutes (no interval)


TICKETS

Adult $59
Friends $50
Concession $50
Fringe Benefits $30

For Fringe Benefits bookings, please call BASS on 131 246.




Warnings

Contains haze effects, very bright flashes of light (no strobe), and atmospheric live sound
Contains adult themes
Suitable for ages 13+
Strictly no latecomers. Please plan to arrive early


Access Details

Wheelchair Access Assistive Listening 75 eye


credits

Director/Choreographer: Shaun Parker
Composer: Nick Wales

Performers/Collaborators:
Josh Mu
Sophia Ndaba
Jessie Oshodi
Marnie Palomares
Melanie Palomares
Shantala Shivalingappa
Julian Wong

Musicians/Collaborators:
Tunji Beier
Alyx Dennison
Jess Green
Jason Noble
Jessica O'Donoghue
Bree van Reyk
Nick Wales

This project has been assisted by the Australian Government's Major Festivals Initiative managed by the Australia Council its arts funding and advisory body in association with the Confederation of Australian International Arts Festivals, Adelaide Festival, Melbourne Festival and Sydney Festival
Shaun Parker & Company is supported by the Australia Council for the Arts, Arts NSW Trade & Investment, Seymour Centre and the Alexandra and Lloyd Martin Family Foundation



IMAGE CREDITS
Michele Aboud. Josh Mu

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