But Why @ Melbourne Fringe Festival
Sep
22
6:00 pm18:00

But Why @ Melbourne Fringe Festival

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BUT WHY Mortimer Eipper / Forté Austinmer Dance Theatre’s 2019 performance year click’s into gear with this impressive double bill featuring the work of former Sydney Dance Company Dancer, Cass Mortimer Eipper and Artistic Director, Michelle Forté.

Mortimer Eipper’s, Pastiching Tetsuo, is a Westerner’s tribute to the Japanese practice of Anime. A reworked, reinterpreted mix and match of some of Japan’s most influential pop-cultured artefacts, Mortimer Eipper’s work aims to shape new worlds that are familiar but unique and discordant yet structured.

While Forté’s, Life Interrupted, explores the Australian Women’s prison system and the effects of incarceration on the greater community. Constantly challenging the creativity of herself and her dancers, Forté delves further into the use of text combined with abstract dance to generate a unique theatre experience. Suitable for all ages, audiences can expect to be taken on a memorable journey which explores the power of dance and theatre, with both pieces bringing their own unique creative stamp.

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But Why @ Melbourne Fringe Festival
Sep
21
8:00 pm20:00

But Why @ Melbourne Fringe Festival

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58376873_10158429176724832_1799108538404962304_o.jpg

BUT WHY Mortimer Eipper / Forté Austinmer Dance Theatre’s 2019 performance year click’s into gear with this impressive double bill featuring the work of former Sydney Dance Company Dancer, Cass Mortimer Eipper and Artistic Director, Michelle Forté.

Mortimer Eipper’s, Pastiching Tetsuo, is a Westerner’s tribute to the Japanese practice of Anime. A reworked, reinterpreted mix and match of some of Japan’s most influential pop-cultured artefacts, Mortimer Eipper’s work aims to shape new worlds that are familiar but unique and discordant yet structured.

While Forté’s, Life Interrupted, explores the Australian Women’s prison system and the effects of incarceration on the greater community. Constantly challenging the creativity of herself and her dancers, Forté delves further into the use of text combined with abstract dance to generate a unique theatre experience. Suitable for all ages, audiences can expect to be taken on a memorable journey which explores the power of dance and theatre, with both pieces bringing their own unique creative stamp.

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But Why @ Melbourne Fringe Festival
Sep
20
8:00 pm20:00

But Why @ Melbourne Fringe Festival

  • Dance House - Sylvia Staehli Theatre (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
58376873_10158429176724832_1799108538404962304_o.jpg

BUT WHY Mortimer Eipper / Forté Austinmer Dance Theatre’s 2019 performance year click’s into gear with this impressive double bill featuring the work of former Sydney Dance Company Dancer, Cass Mortimer Eipper and Artistic Director, Michelle Forté.

Mortimer Eipper’s, Pastiching Tetsuo, is a Westerner’s tribute to the Japanese practice of Anime. A reworked, reinterpreted mix and match of some of Japan’s most influential pop-cultured artefacts, Mortimer Eipper’s work aims to shape new worlds that are familiar but unique and discordant yet structured.

While Forté’s, Life Interrupted, explores the Australian Women’s prison system and the effects of incarceration on the greater community. Constantly challenging the creativity of herself and her dancers, Forté delves further into the use of text combined with abstract dance to generate a unique theatre experience. Suitable for all ages, audiences can expect to be taken on a memorable journey which explores the power of dance and theatre, with both pieces bringing their own unique creative stamp.

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But Why @ Melbourne Fringe Festival
Sep
19
8:00 pm20:00

But Why @ Melbourne Fringe Festival

  • Dance House - Sylvia Staehli Theatre (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
58376873_10158429176724832_1799108538404962304_o.jpg

BUT WHY Mortimer Eipper / Forté Austinmer Dance Theatre’s 2019 performance year click’s into gear with this impressive double bill featuring the work of former Sydney Dance Company Dancer, Cass Mortimer Eipper and Artistic Director, Michelle Forté.

Mortimer Eipper’s, Pastiching Tetsuo, is a Westerner’s tribute to the Japanese practice of Anime. A reworked, reinterpreted mix and match of some of Japan’s most influential pop-cultured artefacts, Mortimer Eipper’s work aims to shape new worlds that are familiar but unique and discordant yet structured.

While Forté’s, Life Interrupted, explores the Australian Women’s prison system and the effects of incarceration on the greater community. Constantly challenging the creativity of herself and her dancers, Forté delves further into the use of text combined with abstract dance to generate a unique theatre experience. Suitable for all ages, audiences can expect to be taken on a memorable journey which explores the power of dance and theatre, with both pieces bringing their own unique creative stamp.

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But Why @ The Sydney Fringe Festival
Sep
8
8:00 pm20:00

But Why @ The Sydney Fringe Festival

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58376873_10158429176724832_1799108538404962304_o.jpg

BUT WHY Mortimer Eipper / Forté Austinmer Dance Theatre’s 2019 performance year click’s into gear with this impressive double bill featuring the work of former Sydney Dance Company Dancer, Cass Mortimer Eipper and Artistic Director, Michelle Forté.

Mortimer Eipper’s, Pastiching Tetsuo, is a Westerner’s tribute to the Japanese practice of Anime. A reworked, reinterpreted mix and match of some of Japan’s most influential pop-cultured artefacts, Mortimer Eipper’s work aims to shape new worlds that are familiar but unique and discordant yet structured.

While Forté’s, Life Interrupted, explores the Australian Women’s prison system and the effects of incarceration on the greater community. Constantly challenging the creativity of herself and her dancers, Forté delves further into the use of text combined with abstract dance to generate a unique theatre experience. Suitable for all ages, audiences can expect to be taken on a memorable journey which explores the power of dance and theatre, with both pieces bringing their own unique creative stamp.

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But Why @ The Sydney Fringe Festival
Sep
7
6:00 pm18:00

But Why @ The Sydney Fringe Festival

  • Actors Centre Fringe Hub - The Forum Theatre (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
58376873_10158429176724832_1799108538404962304_o.jpg

BUT WHY Mortimer Eipper / Forté Austinmer Dance Theatre’s 2019 performance year click’s into gear with this impressive double bill featuring the work of former Sydney Dance Company Dancer, Cass Mortimer Eipper and Artistic Director, Michelle Forté.

Mortimer Eipper’s, Pastiching Tetsuo, is a Westerner’s tribute to the Japanese practice of Anime. A reworked, reinterpreted mix and match of some of Japan’s most influential pop-cultured artefacts, Mortimer Eipper’s work aims to shape new worlds that are familiar but unique and discordant yet structured.

While Forté’s, Life Interrupted, explores the Australian Women’s prison system and the effects of incarceration on the greater community. Constantly challenging the creativity of herself and her dancers, Forté delves further into the use of text combined with abstract dance to generate a unique theatre experience. Suitable for all ages, audiences can expect to be taken on a memorable journey which explores the power of dance and theatre, with both pieces bringing their own unique creative stamp.

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But Why @ The Sydney Fringe Festival
Sep
6
8:00 pm20:00

But Why @ The Sydney Fringe Festival

  • Actors Centre Fringe Hub - The Forum Theatre (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
58376873_10158429176724832_1799108538404962304_o.jpg

BUT WHY Mortimer Eipper / Forté Austinmer Dance Theatre’s 2019 performance year click’s into gear with this impressive double bill featuring the work of former Sydney Dance Company Dancer, Cass Mortimer Eipper and Artistic Director, Michelle Forté.

Mortimer Eipper’s, Pastiching Tetsuo, is a Westerner’s tribute to the Japanese practice of Anime. A reworked, reinterpreted mix and match of some of Japan’s most influential pop-cultured artefacts, Mortimer Eipper’s work aims to shape new worlds that are familiar but unique and discordant yet structured.

While Forté’s, Life Interrupted, explores the Australian Women’s prison system and the effects of incarceration on the greater community. Constantly challenging the creativity of herself and her dancers, Forté delves further into the use of text combined with abstract dance to generate a unique theatre experience. Suitable for all ages, audiences can expect to be taken on a memorable journey which explores the power of dance and theatre, with both pieces bringing their own unique creative stamp.

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