We believe strongly in participation, and reaching out beyond performance to bring our vision and process to young people, other artists, and the public. 

 

We use entertaining and rigorous activities to challenge our participants; while facilitating them to contribute their own ideas and utilise their sense of humour, their own unique physicality, their observations, and their own ways of working and communicating. 

 

Our methods utilise the body, voice, rhythm, gesture, observations of human behaviour, improvisation, ensemble skills; and key music skills including rhythm, pitch and tone. 

 

We are particularly keen to work with participants from different backgrounds, trained/untrained, all ages, traditional dance audiences and the layperson.