Dance Revolutionaries

Backlot Cinema

Dance Revolutionaries is a captivating 75-minute exploration of raw emotion through dance set in stunning locations. It showcases Portraits — five solo dances by Robert Cohan exploring life's intimate moments, creating a self-portrait of the choreographer through his dancers[1][2][4]. The film also features an innovative production of Kenneth MacMillan's rarely-seen ballet Sea of Troubles, inspired by Shakespeare's Hamlet, poignantly exploring universal human emotions of grief, rage, jealousy and the drive for revenge.

In partnership with the Royal Ballet and award-winning artists Romany Pajdak, Dane Hurst, and Jonathan Goddard, the Yorke Dance Project produces and performs this extraordinary journey. It provides unprecedented access to the revolutionary works of visionary choreographers Cohan and MacMillan, who redefined our connection to the art form. The film delves into the emotive world of these dance visionaries, showcasing their trailblazing spirit and raw emotion through captivating performances set in stunning locations.

Event Details
Genre: Cinema & Film
Duration: 75 mins
Price: £13

26 June 2024


Backlot Cinema

Full: £13

Conc: £11


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