Groundwork: Rosemary Lee, Passage for Par

Image Credit: http://groundwork.art/programme/rosemary-lee/

Par Beach, Par, St Austell, PL24 2AS

01326 565632
info@c-a-s-t.org.uk
http://groundwork.art/programme/rosemary-lee/

Friday 22 June 2018 – Sunday 24 June 2018
Admission Fee: Free admission, no booking required

Passage for Par is a dance performance created specially for and presented on Par Beach, conceived and directed by choreographer Rosemary Lee.

At the turn of the tide 30 women will rhythmically snake their way across the tidal landscape, tracing meandering pathways through the wet sand, their outlines etched against the sea and sky. Following their movements from afar on headland or dune, viewers are invited to take time to discover the ever-changing landscape as the women slowly continue their passage through it.

A Passage for Par will begin at approximately the following times:

– Friday 22 June         7.15pm

– Saturday 23 June     8.15pm

– Sunday 24 June        9.15am

Each passage lasts for somewhere between one hour and 90 minutes. Come to Par Beach to witness either the full duration or part of the performers’ journey. The three live performances over three days are free to attend and no booking is required.

Passage for Par has been commissioned by CAST for Groundwork. Produced by Dance Republic 2 in association with Artsadmin.

 

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