Sorry, this event’s been and gone
|Thu 11 Oct ’12, 8:00pm–9:00pm||
|Fri 12 Oct ’12, 8:00pm–9:00pm||
|Sat 13 Oct ’12, 8:00pm–9:00pm||
Where: Shed 6, Queens Wharf, Wellington
Restrictions: All Ages
- Pay What You Can: $5.00
- Pay What You Can: $10.00
- Pay What You Can: $15.00
- Adult: $35.00
- Concession / Student: $20.00
Online tickets are no longer on sale
- Booking fees may apply
Event listed by: Brianne Kerr
The Nothing is a beautiful, witty contemporary dance work exploring themes of striving for success and what to do when life has other plans.
“We humans are compelled, like a tornado unleashed. We do f**ked up inappropriate things and beautiful selfless things to try and make sense of our world in our own backwards/forwards way. We cannot stop ourselves,” says choreographer and dancer Sarah Foster-Sproull.
“I wanted to make this work to express the idea that we all feel fraudulent or lacking to some degree in our day to day lives. That perhaps we feel with some degree of commitment or certainty that we’re not quite good enough.”
Featuring four totally unique international performers; Sarah Foster-Sproull (NZ), Craig Bary (NZ), Josh Thompson (Aus) and Rebecca Bassett-Graham (NZ) and a new mesmerizing music score by Eden Mulholland (Motorcade, Carnival Hound).
An unconventional warehouse space on the Wellington waterfront will become a surreal and frenzied glance into The Nothing - to experience dance that will warp your mind, make you think about world you live in, confuse you and comments on the humanity and how we exist within it.
This is a strictly limited development season.
We have on offer ‘pay what you can afford’ tickets for $5 / $10 / $15 – while they last.