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Jan 23rd, 2019
Dr. Elizabeth Cameron Dalman OAM is 85 today

For anyone who was fed the delusional narrative that professional dancers retire at 30, at best 40, take a moment to consider this dancer, Elizabeth Cameron Dalman who is 85 today.
I have had the good fortune of spending a good part of the last two years touring Ireland and the world with this inspirational woman.
Dr. Elizabeth Cameron Dalman OAM, Director: Mirramu Creative Arts Centre, Happy Birthday.

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Jan 6th, 2019
Swan Lake – Loch na hEala – Perth Festival – 2019

Teaċ Daṁsa and Michael Keegan-Dolan will be at the Perth Festival 2019 with our production of Swan Lake – Loch na hEala from Feb 14th to Feb 17th

 

 

https://www.perthfestival.com.au/event/swan-lake

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Jan 6th, 2019
Teaċ Daṁsa to start six week residency in Wellington as guests of the New Zealand Festival.

Michael Keegan-Dolan and Teaċ Daṁsa will be in residence in Wellington developing two new projects from February 18th until March 31st – 2019.  

As well as starting the process of creating new work, the residency will be designed to deepen the strong connection Teaċ Daṁsa (formerly Fabulous Beast Dance Theatre) has with Wellington.  

The company has performed three times in the New Zealand Festival over the last ten years, Giselle in 2008, Rian in 2014 and Swan lake – Loch na hEala in 2018. 

Throughout the six weeks we will be meeting with dancers, actors and other artists working in and around Wellington.  Amongst other things we will also be opening our creative process up to audience members who are interested to witness the very early stages of a new creation.

We are very much looking forward to this experience.

https://www.stuff.co.nz/entertainment/stage-and-theatre/109025970/a-fresh-curtain-lifts-on-nz-festival-in-wellington-with-more-shows-throughout-the-twoyear-cycle

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Sep 18th, 2018
Swan Lake / Loch na hEala at Hong Kong’s New Vision Arts Festival

From the South China Morning Post:

“We speak to the multi-award-winning Dublin-born Keegan-Dolan about the show, co-produced by the Sadler’s Wells Theatre London, and how he likes to shake up preconceptions and put the sinister back into our stories.”

https://www.scmp.com/native/lifestyle/topics/scene-changers/article/2162510/why-dark-irish-reimagining-swan-lake-ballet

Swan Lake / Loch na hEala will be part of Hong Kong’s New Vision Arts Festival in November.

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