Interfused: How close are we really?

Interfused - Queensland Ballet
Interfused – Queensland Ballet

Queensland National Ballet opens its doors to a performance of high intensity and expressive choreography with Interfused, which plays at their Bowen Hills location this week.

Choreographed by Martyn Flemming of international dance background, Interfused is a modern tale of desire and constraint.

The show portrays relationships in everyday settings, with everything less than intimate, yet nothing remaining personal.

It asks the question, how close are we without a wall between us?

Associations and accusations become movements stolen in time and four journeys become “INTERFUSED”.

Queensland National Dance Company is a dynamic new company of full-time professional dancers, performing a myriad of dance works.

Date:     Thursday 26 July 2012
Time:     7.30pm
:  The Concert Hall – Old Museum Building, Cnr Gregory Terrace & Bowen Bridge Rd, Bowen Hills, Brisbane


Rebecca Grennan

Rebecca 'Bex' Grennan owns and runs a website for creative entrepreneurs (actors, singers, dancers, theatre folk and unconventional creative businesses) focusing on career coaching, social media marketing strategies, and workshops online and offline uncovering all the Industry myths you’ve been blinded by. She has also worked in the entertainment industry for 12 years as a triple threat and voice over artist represented by Mark Byrne Management in Sydney. Performing History Includes: Theatre: Sweet Charity, Mame, The Boyfriend, (Melbourne Production Company), The Boy from Oz-Hugh Jackman, Shout! The Legend of the Wild One, Grease- the Arena Spectacular and Opera Australia, Universal Studios Japan, Princess Cruises and Norwegian Cruise Lines Film: Happy Feet, The Son of the Mask

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