Epilogos is built around the art of rhetoric and the commodification of morality. The appropriation of moral codes and value systems has been used to exert control by dictators, politicians and royalty. In Epilogos, the performance on stage becomes a device of persuasion, persuading the audience to see the power of each value in the moral code and the strength of the characters within these values.
Mascall Dance’s Bloom is an informal evening of dance, wine and comedy. Choreographers in residence show excerpts of their work-in-progress on two consecutive Tuesdays in early evening. A sommelier pairs each dance with a wine, and a stand-up comedian offers their interpretation of each dance for the audience.
Confluence is the gathering of Indigenous women in the rehearsal room and through the creative process we find meaningful connections to build scaffolding in which to hang our thoughts, desires and impulses as Indigenous dance artists. We explore water as the heart of being human. Being the source of life, it shapes and carves through our landscape, creating our rhythms and stories.