We are very excited to announce that the ADC Impact Ensemble's first major work, Transience: a Triple-Bill, is coming to Geelong's Shenton Performing Arts Centre and Prahran's Chapel Off Chapel this September.

GEELONG SEASON
Shenton Performing Arts Centre
Cnr Ryrie & Garden Streets, East Geelong
Friday 31st August  |  8pm
Saturday 1st September  |  2pm & 8pm

MELBOURNE SEASON
Chapel Off Chapel's Loft Theatre
12 Little Chapel Street, Prahran
Saturday 22nd September  |  8pm
Sunday 23rd September  |  6pm

CLICK HERE to get your tickets to the show now!

 ADC Impact Ensemble member Madeline Pratt

ADC Impact Ensemble member Madeline Pratt

Transience’ features three original works by choreographers Xavier McGettigan and Stacey Carmichael, ‘Retroaction’, ‘A Brief Encounter’ and ‘The Visitor’. Athletic skill, storytelling and emotion combine on the stage in this exciting debut for the ADC Impact Ensemble. From the company that brought you ‘Headcase’ and ‘SIGNIFICANCE’ featuring some of Geelong and Melbourne’s finest dance talent.

FEATURING THE
ADC IMPACT ENSEMBLE:


LUCY ABRAMOVITCH
AJ ARMSTRONG
SARAH GLYNNE
VICTORIA HADFIELD
ELYSSA MAHR
CAITLIN MATHIESON
REBECCA NUTTER
ABBEY O'DONNELL
MADELINE PRATT
ELLEN ROBINSON

Featuring three brand-new, original dance works:

RETROACTION
by Xavier McGettigan

A collection of vinyl records can sit unattended or be constantly in play, but in either case they hold precious memories. Intended as a showcase of the ADC Impact Ensemble dancers incredible talent and versatility, Retroaction features a ‘wish list’ of music of artists like Paul Simon, Kate Bush, Hall & Oates, Nick Drake, Toto and more.


A BRIEF ENCOUNTER
by Stacey Carmichael

A girl walks into a room, she sits. What if the couch she sits on could tell the stories it's seen... love, pain, sleep, violence, laughter. We encounter people, we encounter objects sometimes only for a fleeting moment... but what stories do we leave behind? A dance & physical theatre piece.


THE VISITOR
by Xavier McGettigan

Inspired by Jim O’Rourke’s incredible 38-minute masterpiece of the same name, ‘The Visitor’ explores how it feels to be the Other, yet as the Self, can we truly be an outsider? Are we ever alone when we travel through with ourselves for company?

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