And… Cross! 29.09.12

13 Sep

And…Cross! is a participatory piece of choreography  designed to give the power back to the pedestrians in New Cross against the tyranny of the A2. Humorous and visually strong, this event was imagined especially for the area and will be performed as part of NEW X-ING Performance Relay on Saturday the 29th of September.

We need to gather as many enthusiastic pedestrians as possible living, studying and/or working in the area. Performance and art background welcome but NOT necessary! Anyone with a desire to make a difference in New Cross welcomed.

Rehearsals took place on 26th and 28th but don’t worry if you missed them. Meet at the New X-ING Relay stage at 1.45pm and watch the first performance then join in with the second one at 4.30.
The aim is to share the material and structure with the participants and to build a strong group dynamic.If you are interested in joining us for this very special march, please contact
Debora Di Centa deboradicenta@yahoo.it or Anne-Gaelle Thiriot anga.thiriot@gmail.com or on join on Facebook.Looking forward to meeting you!

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  1. DETAIL: Week 2 Sep 28-Nov 5 « - September 18, 2012

    […] 29: Dance and Music. And…Cross! from Laban Choreographers. H2drOp is a dynamic multimedia performance with live sampling, music […]

  2. 2012 New X-ING Relay « New X-ING - October 8, 2012

    […] 8: Sat 29 Sept / 2pm-10pm 2pm and 4.30pm: And…Cross! from Laban choreographers Anne and Debora 3pm Dance 5.30pm: M Kuzminski, contemporary dance Open […]

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