Unspoken, a dance collaboration between internationally-acclaimed choreographer Adam Benjamin and Plymouth University second year dance students, is at the Roland Levinsky Building on Wednesday and Thursday, March 2 and 3.
We have it on good authority that Plymouth is fast becoming a driving force in identifying and nurturing the non-disabled and disabled dances who are destined to become and integral part of contemporary dance in Britain.
Adam was joint founder and artistic director of CandoCo Dance Company (1990-98) winning a London TimeOut Performance Award for Flying in the Face of… The company also collected the Sainsbury Award for Education and the Prudential Award during this period.
He was artistic director of Tshwaragano Dance Company in South Africa, and has choreographed for Remix Dance Project (Cape Town). He developed the integrated strand with Adugna Dance Theatre Company in Ethiopia.
As an improviser he has performed with, amongst others, Kirstie Simson, Kenzo Kusuda, Jordi Cortes, Rick Nodine, Eric Languet, Yann l’Heureux, Kim Itoh and Chieko Matsumura. He is a founder member of 5 Men Dancing.
To find out more about Adam’s career pop over to his website
Unspoken is in Theatre 1 of the Roland Levinsky Building, University of Plymouth on March 2 and 3 at 7pm. Tickets are available on the door.
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