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CONFUSION, INCLUSION: Live Performance

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Butter Box Theatre

Kingston Butter Factory

23 Milky Way

Kingston, QLD 4114

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Confusion Inclusion is the integration of performing arts with video, music and dance by people with mixed abilities in Japan and Australia.

The entire performance is a result of collaboration which began in 2016 and continues across countries. The video was made by Steve Mayer-Miller (CrossroadArts), music composed by Hiroyuki Kawana, choreographed by Manamana and produced by Popeye (a not-for-profit community service in Japan). "I would like to show that we can get change if we hope and act,’’ Miki Yamaguchi, Popeye’s chief director, said.

"Creating art is the bridge that leads us from a world of confusion to a world of inclusion," Steve Mayer-Miller.

Program:

FOOD FIGHT: Keystone Dance Crew

AMA NO IWATO: Manamana, Kazumi Kuno and Hikaru Yamaguchi

UGOKUKARADA: Popeye Crew, Freya Toussaint, Gabrielle Schenk, Roshni


KEYSTONE DANCE CREW

We are a group of energetic dancers that love food and music of the 80s. Our choreography is a dance off between our favourite treats. We are Lynda Buckle, Terry Taitoko, Lathom Devery, Andre Rivett, Amit Joseph, Jeffery Simpson, Christine Vickers, Jarrett Ricketts, James Wilson, Andrew Le Grand, Matthew Radke, Bo Nicholson, Clare Apelt, Natalija Pearn, and Pharos Roche.

UGOKUKARADA

The name UGOKUKARADA has two meanings ‘a moving body’ and ‘because it moves’. We create beyond the imagination and are not limited by established concepts and above all enjoy moving the body. The performance shifts the definition of what it means to be an artist. http://mo-ya-co.info/

TEAM OF AMA NO IWATO

Manamana (dancer), Kazumi Kuno (dancer) and Hikaru Yamaguchi (singer) from Japan.



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