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Anatomy of an Afternoon

January 9-11, 13, 14, 16 at 8pm
January 14, 15 at 4pm
, East Circular Quay
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On sale Nov 9
Past Event
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Martin del Amo (Australia) 

World Premiere 

Paul White is simply the best male dancer in the country.' The Australian.

The enigmatic allure of Nijinsky's legendary ballet, The Afternoon of a Faun, is reborn for a new century by choreographer Martin del Amo.

Multi-award winning solo dancer Paul White navigates a dream-like landscape full of hidden dangers and secret pleasures, a kinetic combustion of animalistic grace and menace.

Visceral and poetic, this contemporary, intimate dance work is performed to Mark Bradshaw's haunting live score.

Anatomy of an Afternoon is a unique collaboration tapping the same power and radical spirit of the original Ballets Russes masterpiece exactly a century ago.

Latecomers will not be admitted 

Produced by Performing Lines

Zip Industries applauds Australian Innovation

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