Due to COVID 19 this season of Glass has been postponed and will not be going ahead in 2020. We are currently in discussion with Speakeasy regarding the reschedule and will be notifying everyone as soon as possible.
Internationally renowned choreographer Marc Brew teams up with the inimitable Rawcus Ensemble in new dance theatre work, GLASS.
Fifteen diverse performers negotiate a constantly evolving performance space supported by the immersive sound of Jethro Woodward. Delving into dynamics of power, restriction, tenacity and ambition, this new work interrogates invisible edges, boundaries and barriers. GLASS is an invitation to redefine success, limitations, and virtuosity.
Combining moments of vulnerability and humour, GLASS is highly physical, sculptural, unexpected and tender.
“Rawcus is world class theatre, sumptuously imagined, visually stunning and profoundly moving.”
Choreographer: Marc Brew
Design: Emily Barrie
Composition and Sound Design: Jethro Woodward
Lighting Design: Richard Vabre
Rawcus Artistic Director: Kate Sulan
Rawcus Ensemble: Clement Baade, Hannah Bradsworth, Michael Buxton, Harriet Devlin, Rachel Edward, Nilgun Guven, Joshua Lynzaat, Paul Matley, Mike Mc Evoy, Ryan New, Kerryn Poke, Leisa Prowd, Louise Riisik, Prue Stevenson, Danielle von der Borch.
Executive Producer: Jacque Robinson
Stage Manager : Jess Keepence
Image by Pia Johnson
Glass is the result of an international exchange between San Fransisco based choreographer Marc Brew and Rawcus funded through the Victorian State Government Creative Victoria’s International Engagement Program
Rawcus receives support from The Victorian State Government Creative Victoria’s Organisational Investment Program, The City of Port Phillip’s Key Arts Organisation Program and the Shulu Foundation.