“Dancing Tales” is part of City Noises and PLACCC Fesztivál 2012
Join us for an immersive dance theatre experience of red-caped magical adventuring! Follow the birds, myths and magical tales. Discover new and winding trails, tune in to the music that fills the air, climb through webs into new worlds, look up and discover a delightful dance and maybe more…
Dancing Tales: Public Places to Hidden Spaces is an interactive dance-theatre piece performed by dancers Sophie Arstall and Elizabeth Barker, accompanied by a newly composed three-dimensional sound experience by Michele Panegrossi (Flute and Ethnic Flutes played by Holly Cook). This piece is designed for short walks in and around Greenwich where the audience walk with dancers as they are led along a specific trail. Images, fleeting narratives and familiar tales appear as the journey unfolds and reveals a story of its own.
Watch the YouTube clip
For this performance I created a sound score delivered through a wireless headphones system in a promenade performance. This project has been a collaboration with Average Height Ladies.
Sound Design Excerpts – 3D SOUND – Puts some headphones on!