Hot to Trot: QL2‘s Quantum Leapers leap into choreography

 

Thanks everyone for coming! Two full houses.  Next up: On Course! 

QL2 Dance presents Canberra’s 2017 Quantum Leap dancers in their own short dance works.  Artistic Director Ruth Osborne says “This project is an important starting point in the development of choreographic practice and of leadership potential. They are working hard to create meaningful contemporary dance — beyond just doing moves or steps to music, and really engaging some of the processes they have been part of when they have been in projects like This Poisoned Sea. The content will be all their own.” 

Choreographers: Alison Tong, Caroline De Wan, Ursula Taylor, Caspar Ilschner, Eve Buckmaster, Walter Wolffs, Milly Vanzwol, Natsuko Yonezawa, Ruby Ballantyne, Patricia Hayes Cavanagh

Provocateur, Mentor & Producer:  Ruth Osborne

7pm 25 & 26 November 2017
QL2 Theatre, Gorman Arts Centre
55 Ainslie Avenue, Braddon
Tickets: $15, $10.   Online via Trybooking (30 cent booking fee)
Or at the door, 30 minutes before each show till sold out.
QL2 Theatre, Gorman Arts Centre
55 Ainslie Avenue, Braddon

What the critics said (Hot to Trot 2016):
“…all were admirable for the thought, effort and creativity which had gone into them, and together they provided a fascinating and entertaining evening of dance.” Bill Stephens

“the big attraction here was the imagination that went into these works and the ability to realize it in terms of dance.  This year’s program was of a very high standard across all of the works presented.” Len Power

Here are some great photos by Lorna Sim of last year’s Hot to Trot. Who knows what we will see this year?

7pm 25 & 26 November 2017
QL2 Theatre, Gorman Arts Centre
55 Ainslie Avenue, Braddon
Tickets: $15, $10.   Online via Trybooking (30 cent booking fee)
Or at the door, 30 minutes before each show till sold out.
QL2 Theatre, Gorman Arts Centre
55 Ainslie Avenue, Braddon

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About Gary

Gary is General Manager at QL2 Dance, previously General Manager at the Australian Choreographic Centre which developed the approach to youth dance programs which forms the core of QL2’s work. He is a recovering computer programmer and live sound engineer. He discovered social dance through contemporary dance.