Elevator

 

Director: Jessie Brett
Devised and performed by: Andrew Tadd, Laila White, Beth Powlesland, Joanna Young and Addisu Demissie 
Score: Jered Sorkin
Set: Saz Moir

Elevator is a striking, thought provoking invasion and strangely moving piece for outdoor spaces, created by Jessie Brett and performed by an international cast of dancers with and without disability. Inspired by what happens when people from very different walks of life collide. About the walls we put up to divide us and how through understanding we can start take them down and connect. Elevator is a melting pot a celebration of diversity with an innovative set it plays with illusion, revealing secrets and uncovering moments normally kept behind closed doors. 

ELEVATOR is an outdoor dance performance with a cast of 5 dancers and set on wheels. The performance is in the round; it is most suited to outdoor spaces. for technical info and fees, download the show dossier for UK performances or EU performances.

 Trailer here:


For bookings and more information, contact Ellis J-Wright.

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