The Host
1 - 9th May
Cremorne Theatre, QPAC
1 - 9th May
Cremorne Theatre, QPAC

The Host

Who really holds the power at this sophisticated table?

And who will be in control by the time coffee is served?

An elegant dinner party hosted by an influential young man for his manipulative guests is thrown into turmoil when power meets greed, ambition and jealousy. As the evening wears on, The Host exposes society’s insatiable desire for control and status and the power play between the guests intensifies as the accusations start to fly.

Combining gripping dance theatre with a touch of explosive fun, The Host will take you on a thrilling ride through the lifestyles of the power-hungry. You will be struck by the sublime costumes by Brisbane-based fashion designer, Gail Sorronda, the live music performed by Southern Cross Soloists and the enduring story told by multiple award-winning choreographer, Natalie Weir in this world premiere production.

/ Reviews

“With every new work, Australasian Dance Collective continues to solidify their rightful place in the landscape of contemporary dance in Australia.” — Dancetrain Magazine

“It is impossible to take one’s eyes off the guests at this dinner party – a charming, relatable, hour-long production.” — QT Entertainment

“The personality of each is explored in solos, duets and trios through movement that is deeply expressive.” — Dance Australia


Dates & Times

1 - 9th May


Venue

Cremorne Theatre, QPAC


Tickets

13 May, 2015 / Ipswich Civic Centre



Concept
Natalie Weir

Choreography 
Natalie Weir and the Australasian Dance Collective Artists

Musical Director
Darrin Verhagen

Costume Designer 
Gail Sorronda

Lighting Design 
Ben Hughes

Presented by Australasian Dance Collective and Queensland Performing Arts Centre.

We acknowledge the First Nations people as the Traditional Owners of Meanjin (Brisbane).

In the spirit of reconciliation the Australasian Dance Collective acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.

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