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?

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…

Roz Conlon on questions to ask when presenting work

Roz Conlon looks at questions to ask oneself once presenting work. Roz attended the Test Weekend in September 2015 as part of South East Dance’s Dramaturg in Residence programme.

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