Presented by Arts House. Bromance is part of the 2010 Next Wave Festival.
8.30pm, Wed 26 May
8.30pm, Thurs 27 May
8.30pm, Fri 28 May
8.30pm, Sat 29 May
5.30pm, Sun 30 May
45 mins, no interval
$25 / $18
5 Blackwood St,
Strobe lighting, on stage smoke effects
Bromance (n. informal) A close but nonsexual relationship between two men.
[c21: a blend of bro(ther) + romance]
Inspired by their personal stories and experiences of brotherhood, choreographers Alisdair Macindoe and Adam Synnott explore the complex and intimate relationships that exist between men.
Bromance is a revealing new dance work that looks at the memories and influences of having a brother, and the profound affect it has on young men entering adulthood.
Alisdair Macindoe and Adam Synnott
Alisdair Macindoe, Jay Robinson, Lee Serle and Adam Synnott
Video Effect Designer:
Lucy Guerin Inc
Supported by – Bromance was co-commissioned by Next Wave, Lucy Guerin Inc and Performance Space. This project has been assisted by Arts Victoria and the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its funding and advisory body.
Image by – Alisdair Macindoe