One Infinity
Playking Productions, Dancenorth, Jun Tian Fang and Beijing Dance Theatre | Australia/China
World Premiere Season
23–27 January Carriageworks $49–$59 + BF 60 mins
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EVENT INFO
VENUE
WHEN
  • Wed 23 January at 7.30pm
    Thu 24 January at 7.30pm (SMH Q&A)
    Fri 25 January at 7.30pm
    Sat 26 January at 7.30pm
    Sun 27 January at 5pm

TICKETS & PRICING
  • Premium $59
    A Reserve $49 / $44
    Under 30 $39
    + booking fee
One Infinity
Playking Productions, Dancenorth, Jun Tian Fang and Beijing Dance Theatre | Australia/China
World Premiere Season

A hypnotic, cross-cultural music and dance collaboration, where the audience are also performers.

Genevieve Lacey is one of the world’s best and boldest recorder virtuosi. Wang Peng continues a Chinese tradition of instrument building and playing that dates back at least 3000 years.

Together with Australian director-choreographer Gideon Obarzanek and British composer Max de Wardener, they have created One Infinity, bringing together traditional Chinese music and contemporary movement, with the help of the audience itself, in an intricate, echoing dance. 

Simultaneously meditative and electrifying, One Infinity is an act of deep listening and profound engagement.

Book your ticket for Thu 24 January at 7.30pm to take part in a Sydney Morning Herald Q&A With the Artists after the performance.

A great show is best accompanied with a fantastic feast. Combine your show ticket with a Festival Feasts dining package with Misfits for $30 + $1 booking fee.

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Cast and Credits
Producer: Ziyin Wang Gantner
Associate Producer: Jess Zhang
Producer (China): Wang Peng
Director/Choreographer: Gideon Obarzanek
Co-Composer Max de Wardener
Co-Composer/Musician: Genevieve Lacey
Co-Composer/Musician: Wang Peng
Lighting Designer: Damien Cooper
Sound Designer: Jim Atkins
Costume Designer: Harriet Oxley
Associate Choreographer: Amber Haines
Set Design: Gideon Obarzanek/Damien Cooper
Jun Tian Fang Music Ensemble
Beijing Dance Theater
Dancenorth Australia

Images: Amber Haines, Angus Kemp

Sydney Morning Herald Q&A interpreter provided by The Confucius Institute
23–27 January
$49–$59 + BF
60 mins
"Gideon Obarzanek has become a leading figure in Australian contemporary dance"
The New York Times
Major Festivals Initiative
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