Roslyn Packer Theatre, Sydney
This captivating double bill features Rafael Bonachela’s award-winning Frame of Mind and Antony Hamilton’s brand new work Forever & Ever.
Frame of Mind explores the volatility of the human psyche. Winner of four Helpmann Awards, this emotionally charged work is set to a dramatic contemporary-classical soundtrack by Bryce Dessner from The National, recorded by San Francisco’s renowned Kronos Quartet and features a stunning set by Ralph Myers.
Forever & Ever is a world premiere from internationally acclaimed choreographer Antony Hamilton. Lose yourself to the hypnotic pulse of machine influenced movement and vivid imagination, driven by an original score by Julian Hamilton of The Presets.
This double bill is an enthralling display of contemporary dance at its very best.
‘★★★★ Frame of Mind delivers an emotionally engaging and overarching choreographic mastery… electric’ – Daily Review
16 – 27 Oct
Roslyn Packer Theatre Walsh Bay
Tuesday 16 Oct, 8pm (Preview)
Wednesday 17 Oct, 8pm (Opening Night)
Thursday 18 October, 11am Primary School Matinee
Thursday 18 Oct, 8pm
Friday 19 Oct, 8pm
Saturday 20 Oct, 8pm
Tuesday 23 Oct, 6:30pm
Wednesday 24 Oct, 6:30pm
Thursday 25 October, 12pm Secondary School Matinee
Thursday 25 Oct 8pm
Friday 26 Oct, 8pm
Saturday 27 Oct, 2pm
Saturday 27 Oct, 8pm
Frame of Mind
Choreography: Rafael Bonachela
Designer: Ralph Myers
Costume Design Realisation: Aleisa Jelbart
Lighting Designer: Benjamin Cisterne
Music: Original compositions by Bryce Dessner in a recording by the Kronos Quartet
Dramaturgical Consultant: Samuel Webster
Winner of all four categories for the 2015 Helpmann Awards including ‘Best Choreography’, ‘Best Dance Work’, ‘Best Male Dancer’, and ‘Best Female Dancer’ for its critically acclaimed premiere season.
‘★★★★…Bonachela’s Frame of Mind delivers an emotionally engaging and overarching choreographic mastery…electric’ – Daily Review
‘★★★★ 1/2′ – The Age
‘Frame of Mind delivers captivating scores, wonderful choreography and dance fuelled with emotion..’ – ABC Arts
‘Frame of Mind drills a hole into your heart and brain and makes you leak emotion in that sneaky, visceral way only dance can do.’ – Concrete Playground Sydney