Minggu, 21 November 2010

=The Graey Festival 2010: Vivisection by The Graey Festival & The Substation


Time
Tomorrow at 10:00am - November 28 at 1:00pm

LocationThe Substation Theatre and Dance Studio
The Substation, 45 Armenian Street
Singapore, Singapore

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The Graey Festival 2010: Vivisection
Presented by The Graey Festival & The Substation
Nov 22-28 2010
The Substation Dance Studio & Theatre


http://www.graeyfest.com/
http://www.substation.org/graeyfest/#more-5280

The Graey Festival is a week-long event where local and international dance and theatre practitioners will present and share ideas in workshops, discussions, video screenings and nightly performances. Currently in its third year, the Graey Festival has been consistently supported the by The Substation and National Arts Council in making Singapore a meeting place for Asian dance and theatre practitioners to exchange, present and even develop ideas. In furthering the Asian agenda, the Graey Festival and The Substation present GRAEY FESTIVAL 2010: VIVISECTION.


TICKETS

Open rehearsals – Nov 22-24, 10am-6pm, Dance Studio: $15 per day
Performances – Nov 25-27, 8pm, Theatre: $20 & $15 (concession)
Forum – Nov 28, 10am-1pm, Theatre: Free Admission

Student Package A: 1 day open reh + 1 perf - $25
Student Package B: 3 days open rehs + 3 perf- $60


OPEN REHEARSALS - The Substation Dance Studio

Mon / 22 Nov / Open Rehearsals / The Substation Dance Studio
12.00pm - 1.00pm Briefing by T. Sasitharan
1.30pm - 3.30pm Noor Effendy Ibrahim
4.00pm - 6.00pm Pichet Klunchun Company

Tues / 23 Nov / Open Rehearsals / The Substation Dance Studio
10.00am - 12.00pm Scarlet Yu & Philip Tan
1.30pm - 3.30pm Tripura Kashyap
4.00pm - 6.00pm Eko Supriyanto

Wed / 24 Nov / Open Rehearsals / The Substation Dance Studio
10.00am - 12.00pm Navtej Singh Johar & Zulkifle Mahmod
1.30pm - 3.30pm Yvonne Ng


PERFORMANCES - The Substation Theatre

Thu / 25 Nov / Performance / The Substation Theatre
8pm
Noor Effendy Ibrahim (Singapore)
Pichet Klunchun Company (Thailand)

Fri / 26 Nov / Performance / The Substation Theatre
8pm
Scarlet Yu & Philip Tan (Singapore)
Eko Supriyanto (Indonesia)
Tripura Kashyap (India)

Sat / 27 Nov / Performance / The Substation Theatre
8pm
Yvonne Ng (Singapore)
Navtej Singh Johar (India) & Zulkifle Mahmod (Singapore)

Sun / 28 Nov / Forum / The Substation Theatre
10.00am - 1.00pm
Sadanand Menon (India)
Audrey Wong (Singapore)
Pornrat Damrung (Thailand)
T. Sasitharan (Singapore)
Urmimala Sarkar Munsi (India)



Each of five invited artists invited to take will be involved in the Festival in a variety ways. They will perform, demonstrate, collaborate, share, take part in exchanges, conduct studios and be part of discussions with scholars and critics. What is more all of these presentations will be open not only to the general public but specially to the performing arts students of the La Salle College of the Arts, the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts and the School of the Arts (SOTA). In all, GRAEY FESTIVAL 2010: VIVISECTION will be an in-depth, broad, through and completely accessible exploration of the contemporary in movement, dance and performance; the likes of which has never before been in Singapore.



REVIEWS

Stephanie Burridge, Inkpot Reviews (March, 2008)
“…a significant departure from classical Indian dance… excavating the essence of Odissi… dancer-choreographer Raka Maitra is involved in charting contemporary Indian dance in Singapore through events such as the Graey Festival.”

June Cheong, The Straits Times Life! (May, 2007)
“…a festival that is a first of its kind here…making five days of breathing dance come true.”

Stephanie Burridge, TimeOut Singapore (May, 2007)
“The Graey Festival..hones in on the blending of tradition and innovation… (the festival) unites artists from Singapore, India and other parts of the world to present contemporary dance.”

Lee Suan Hiang, then-CEO National Arts Council (May , 2007)
“…this Graey Festival, which complements the Singapore Arts Festival in presenting Indian Contemporary Dance, will make a difference to the development and awareness of the art form in Singapore.”

T.Sasitharan, Director Theatre Training and Research Program (February, 2007)
“The Graey Festival.. is that rare, thoughtful and necessary coming together of practitioners of dance and theatre, from Singapore, India and other parts of the world, with a view, precisely, to re-present the ‘Indian Contemporary’ in the performing arts and to review and re-examine this magnificient heritage form a completely novel standpoint - Singapore.”
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