Behind Closed Doors
19 - 27th May
Playhouse Theatre, QPAC
19 - 27th May
Playhouse Theatre, QPAC

Behind Closed Doors

Unleash your inner voyeur.

In this stunning work, choreographed by Australasian Dance Collective’s Artistic Director, Natalie Weir, you’ll take a scintillating peek through hotel room doors and be drawn into the private lives of staff and late-night guests. Showcasing breathtakingly beautiful and athletic dance by the exceptional Australasian Dance Collective, this poetic kiss-and-tell reveals the darkness, playfulness and fragility of human nature.

Behind Closed Doors features seductive live jazz composed and performed by award-winning Queensland trio, Trichotomy with special guests, vocalist Kristin Berardi and saxophonist Rafael Karlen.

/ Reviews

“…terrific… the music played live on stage adds a wonderful dimension. Choreographer Natalie Weir likes to probe human emotion and she does that again in this emotive show.” – The Courier Mail

“The strength and athleticism of Australasian Dance Collective's dancers, as always, are first class, showing human fragility through powerfully emotive dance…” – Queensland Times

“The Australasian Dance Collective dancers, as always a pleasure to watch, each brought their own unique style and audacity of execution to this work” – Dance Australia

Dates & Times

19 - 27th May


Playhouse Theatre, QPAC

Natalie Weir

Musical Director (Trichotomy)
Sean Foran, 

Greg Clarke

Lighting Designer
David Walters 

Sean Foran, Piano
John Parker, Drums
Samuel Vincent, Bass
Kristin Berardi, Guest Vocalist
Rafael Karlen, Guest Saxaphonist

ADC Company Artists
Michelle Barnett
Richard Causer
Benjamin Chapman
Cloudia Elder
Isabella Hood
Elise May
Jake McLarnon
Tiana Pinnell
Alana Sargent
Xu Yiming 

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

Australasian Dance Collective acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their deep 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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