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Gillie Kleiman presents
Highly visual, unabashedly experimental and underscored by generous humour, Recreation is a choreography about work. Rather, it's about the things that we do that aren't work, or that aren't quite work. It's a show about caring, about cooking, about sex, about gardening and meditating and singing in the kitchen and playing 5-a-side, and, of course, about dancing.
Performed by professional, not-quite-professional and non-professional dancers – including guest performers local to ARC, Stockton - Recreation is a lamentation for leisure, a choreographed question of labour, a danced demand for seeing our value beyond our work.
Commissioned by ARC Stockton, Shoreditch Town Hall, and Yorkshire Dance. Supported by Arts Council England.
Please note: This performance will be BSL interpreted
This performance is priced on a Pay What You Decide basis, click here to find out more.
Choreographed by Gillie Kleiman
Performed by Amanda Drago, Victoria Guy and Kit Haigh
Designed by Emer Tumilty
Produced by Beckie Darlington
Outside Eye: Roberta Jean
Prior to the show, Gillie will be holding an Open Rehearsals Workshop on Tue 20 Jun - for further details and to book your place, please click here.