Present

This section of THE RED LINE is about show time:
how to give your work to an audience and how to articulate it.
What is the presenting process like for you?

Don’t just watch dance, become part of the show, go outside, put on some headphones and perform in Is this a Waste Land?

Is this a Waste Land? by Charlotte Spencer Projects. Photo by Pari Naderi Imagine going into a field, meeting a random group of people, putting on headphones, hearing music, following instructions and performing choreography. This is the unique creation of choreographer Charlotte Spencer called Is this a Waste Land? Her work and company Charlotte Spencer Projects has…

On the Arc of a piece of work

Annie Lok, Luke Pell, Tim Lenkiewicz and Evangelia Kolyra discuss engagement points, coherency, drifting and the “7-10” area of a piece of work.

A note about programme notes by Filippo Romanello

Do you want it read before the performance? Yes Why? So the audience can be prepared Then prepare them. Give it to them But that might spoil it. What if it sets expectations that aren’t met Well then do not set expectations How Give it at the end That’s a cheat AHAH Come on Listen,…

Ladies and Gentleman —- The Red Line by Elizabeth Mischler

Today we launch The Red Line.  We are asking you – artists, creators, dramaturgs, makers – to share what you do, how you do and why you do what you do.  This is an invitation for ideas, consideration, interrogation and hopefully inspiration to keep fuelling your own and others’ creative spark.  I believe this to…

Some thoughts from Lucy Bennett, on presenting work

How you feel about articulating what it is you have made? In my head – fine, out loud – nervous Do you keep developing the work once its premiered? How? Yes – I never stop! The dancers have described me as a constant gardener. I love to watch things evolve, as the work matures you…

Katie Dale-Everett on getting feedback

Katie Dale-Everett explores the importance of speaking to others about her work and how conversations trigger ideas Katie Dale-Everett is supported by South East Dance’s Emerging Artist Programme, the Arts Council, is supported artist at Otherplace Productions, is supported by Screen South Ignition Network Centre for Film Work and is a Brighton Dance Network Featured Artist. Website:…

Katie Dale-Everett on how work changes over time

Katie Dale-Everett explores how work evolves every time it is performed Katie Dale-Everett is supported by South East Dance’s Emerging Artist Programme, the Arts Council, is supported artist at Otherplace Productions, is supported by Screen South Ignition Network Centre for Film Work and is a Brighton Dance Network Featured Artist. Website: katiedale-everettdance.co.uk Twitter: @katiefay100 Facebook: Katie Dale-Everett…

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