• New Breed

New Breed 2016

29 Nov - 10 Dec
All Tickets $35
Carriageworks, Sydney


In 2016 Sydney Dance Company and Carriageworks will continue their commitment to emerging choreographers and present the third edition of New Breed. Showcasing a rich diversity of choreographic ideas, Rachel Arianne Ogle (Perth), Shian Law (Melbourne), Jesse Scales (Adelaide) and Richard Cilli (Perth) will create brand new pieces on members of Sydney Dance Company.

Don’t miss this limited season of raw talent and fresh ideas from some of Australia’s most exciting dance creators.

New Breed is made possible by The Balnaves Foundation.

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Please be advised: This performance contains strobe lighting and theatrical haze. We advise patrons collect tickets no later than 15 minutes prior to the performance starting as there will be a lockout.

29 Nov – 10 Dec 2016
All Tickets $35

Tuesday 29 November, 8pm (Opening Night)
Wednesday 30 November, 8pm
Thursday 1 December, 8pm
Friday 2 December, 8pm (Free Post-Show Artist Talk)
Saturday 3 December, 2pm
Saturday 3 December, 8pm
Sunday 4 December, 5pm
Friday 9 December, 8pm
Saturday 10 December, 8pm



Rachel Arianne Ogle (Perth)
Shian Law (Melbourne)
Jesse Scales (Hobart)
Richard Cilli (Perth)

“★★★★ …boundaries are not only pushed, they’re bent, buckled and broken in a joyful celebration of the extended possibilities of the art form.” – Limelight Magazine
“A smart, stylish and engrossing piece of theatre” – Daily Review
“★★★★Her (Rachel Arianne Ogle’s) theme is beautifully illustrated by choreography that links, binds, revolves and releases the five dancers in quite extraordinary ensemble partnering. Ned Beckley’s commissioned score and Benjamin Cisterne’s lighting make strong contributions to an engrossing piece.”Sydney Morning Herald 
“Jesse Scales has concentrated on the shapes of movement in conveying the anguish of despair in What You See to music by Max Richter. The result is compelling, both in mood and physicality that stimulates the eyes and the senses.” – Sydney Morning Herald
“Scales has an appealing delicacy of touch and feeling”The Australian