|Reece Lyons as Rosie. Photo credit: Sharron Wallace
Also announced today, Bristol Old Vic and Impermanence continue their creative partnership with a new double bill of online dance work, marking Bristol’s foremost Dance Company’s tenth anniversary. The first release, One More Edit (running 12-24 April), is a collection of works made for film from some of the most exciting artists working in dance, from the UK and overseas. This programme of evocative and inspiring dance works is curated by Impermanence and includes up-and-coming talent, contemporary artists and iconic choreographers, including ‘Edits Film’ by Marisa Zanotti – a poetic document from 2014 of the final performance by Lea Anderson’s all male company The Featherstonehaughs.
With costumes by three-time Oscar Winner Sandy Powell, Anderson’s choreography imagines that Fassbinder’s seminal film The Bitter Tears of Petra Von Kant is a score for the show’s choreography. Tune in for a tumultuous tour through the potential that is created by combining dance and the moving image.