SATURDAY 14 JULY - 11AM AND 2PM.
A contemporary dance show created especially for young audiences by award-winning company Dancenorth, Rainbow Vomit takes over Darebin Arts Centre with two shows – 11am and 2pm, on Saturday 14 July. In this magical and interactive dance production a space has been created that is intensely colourful, intensely physical and saturated with ideas aimed to inspire kids to play and be creative in their own home. Audience members are invited to watch the performance through their own pair of magical ‘fireworks glasses’, made using holographic diffraction film, which refracts light into all colours of the spectrum, generating a myriad of rainbows.
Following the performance, audiences are welcomed further into the technicolour world of Rainbow Vomit to explore the set, meet the dancers and play on the stage.
The distinguished cast of dancers includes Samantha Hines, Jenni Large, Georgia Rudd, Mason Kelly, Felix Sampson and Jack Ziesing who collectively have worked with leading Australian choreographers Lucy Guerin, Gideon Obarzanek, Stephanie Lake, Lee Serle and Alisdair Macindoe and have performed extensively around Australia and internationally.
Rainbow Vomit premiered in 2016 in Dancenorth’s hometown Townsville before playing at Brisbane Festival and delighting audiences throughout North Queensland with itssensational soundtrack and dance choreography.
Tickets: All $22 Bookings: www.darebinarts.com.au Duration: 50 mins, no interval