Tues 14 -Sat 18 Feb
7:30pm // 9pm
Marion Burge | Bio
Marion is a live artist and performance maker based in London. She makes work that seeks to inspire a shift in the way we understand the emotional spaces we move through.
She pokes (lovingly) at ideas that niggle at her and from them, excavates stories and experiences. Playing and experimenting with imagery and metaphors, she extracts the micro moments from her research, blowing them up in order to open windows into new ideas and shifted perspectives. In 2016 she was selected as a Starting Blocks Artist at Camden People’s Theatre. She has made work as a solo performer and in collaboration with other artists and in addition to her creative practice, she curates and produces the experimental variety event, Piñata in London.
Rachael Young and Dwayne Antony | Bio
Rachael Young makes theatre, live art, interactive installations and socially engaged projects, working in the spaces between disciplines and discovering new languages for performance through collaboration. Her current work explores notions of freedom and bravery and is inspired by autobiographical experience in relation to socio-political landscapes.
Rachael has recently presented work at Steakhouse Live, //BUZZCUT//, The Lowry, Battersea Arts Centre, Tate Modern, New Art Exchange, Contact, Derby Theatre and Nottingham Playhouse and has been supported by Arts Council England, Arts Connect, mac birmingham, Curve, Ovalhouse and BBC Performing Arts Fund.
Dwayne Antony is a dancer and choreographer, who creates solo and collaborative movement based performance. Dwayne has created 2 solo works; ‘PlanB’ and ‘L.Law’ (ACE funded), both of which explored autobiographical themes. He has collaborated on various contemporary dance projects, including Joseph Mercier’s ‘Cruising, Clubbing, Fucking’ and ‘Conversation – Part 1’ with Hannah Buckley.
OUT | Credits
Rachael Young Creator and performer
Dwayne Antony Co-deviser and performer
Nao Nagai Lighting Design
Naomi Kuyck-Cohen Set and Costume Design
Naomi Jackson Sound Design
Martin Hargreaves Dramaturgical support
Anna Smith Producer
We take up space, but can’t find home. Nebula is an exploration and a voyage conducted by an alien searching for familiar territory.
Nebula examines the liminality of being mixed race and blends it with the idea that we are all seeking to find our place and our space. By looking outward at the human fascination with the Universe and inward at the personal desire to find one’s tribe, the work aims to articulate what it means to belong.
This show was made with the support from Camden People’s Theatre and their Starting Blocks Programme.
Created and performed with Dwayne Antony
OUT is about shape shifting in a bid to fit in; to be black enough, straight enough, Jamaican enough…
Challenging homophobia and transphobia within Caribbean communities, OUT is a conversation between two bodies, reclaiming dancehall and celebrating queerness amongst the bittersweet scent of oranges.
Embracing personal, political and cultural dissonance, this defiant act of self expression smashes through the silence, summoning voices and re-enacting movements in a chaotic mash-up of remembrance and reinvention.
OUT is being created with kind support from The Yard, In Between Time, Arts Council England, Curve and South East Dance.
Oranges will be peeled and juiced on stage, so this performance is not suitable for anyone who is allergic to oranges.