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Three choreographic teams… three performances… one stage

Three choreographic teams from STRUT dance interpret this work by one of Berlin’s most inventive artists, Thomas Lehmen. Lehmen’s choreography is renowned for breaking the rules of conventional performance. Last year Perth audiences had a preview of Schreibstück in one of the most warmly received performances of the year. This Australian premiere of the full production will feature Sete Tele, Rachel Ogle, Bianca Martin and Aimee Smith.

This project has received financial assistance through the Disability and the Arts Inclusion Initiative (DAII), a partnership between the Disability Services Commission and the Department of Culture and the Arts.

This project is also supported by the Goethe Institut.