Cinquanta Urlanti, Quaranta Ruggenti,Sessanta Stridenti
Presented by Arts House and Next Wave
7.30pm, Sat 19 May
7.30pm, Sun 20 May
7.30pm, Mon 21 May
7.30pm, Tue 22 May
75 mins plus 15 mins interval
$30 / $25
North Melbourne Town Hall
521 Queensberry St,
Loud music and strobe lighting
Young Italian company Dewey Dell takes inspiration from the seafaring universe in this precisely and sensually choreographed work, named after the howling winds of the lower southern hemisphere – the most dangerous waters in the world. Reflecting on the union of sailors and their vessels at sea, the company creates a new protagonist – a single organism of world, mariner, wind, ship and ocean, inextricably combined. An offshoot of the ground-breaking Societàs Raffaello Sanzio, Dewey Dell describes a dreamlike journey though an undefined bleak world.
Sara Angelini, Agata Castellucci, Teodora Castellucci
Sets and lighting:
Supported by – The Exchange has been supported by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the arts, its arts funding and advisory body, the Next Wave Festival and the City of Melbourne through Arts House. Cinquanta Urlanti, Quaranta Ruggenti, Sessanta Stridenti (Furious Fifties, Roaring Forties, Screaming Sixties) was originally co-produced with Centrale Fies Romaeuropa Festival Rencontres Chore’graphiques Internationales de Seine-Saint-Denis Festival Uovo Performing Arts with the support of NEXT/Regione Lormbardia.
Image by – Cinquanta Urlanti, Quaranta Ruggenti, Sessanta Stridenti – Demetrio Castellucci