Up and coming Oxford based Lunas Dance Project presents its latest piece in two performances at the Old Fire Station on Saturday 20th June.  Of Myths, Perspectives and Transformations is a project which explores the transformative effects of emotional change: desire and resistance, all the difficulties a new path brings.  Inspired by Kafka’s Metamorphosis and Gabriel Garcia Marquez’ The Handsomest Drowned Man in the World, Lunas’ artistic director and choreographer Ellie Aldegheri revisits the choices in life which transform identity.

Lunas Dance Project seeks to match technical assurance with spontaneity and the dynamism that only scrupulous preparation can facilitate.  Past experiences are invoked by exploring the sensations associated with them, using connected and flexible movements, founded on the geometric organisation of the body, yet with fluid and fragile peripheries.  The project was successfully crowd-funded earlier this year, demonstrating how Lunas Dance Project engages with a growing trend for theatre which responds directly to feedback from its community and audiences.

Performances:  Saturday 20th June 2.30pm and 7.20pm

Venue:  The Old Fire Station, 40 George Street, Oxford OX1 2AQ Tickets:  £12, £10 concessions

Available online from Tickets Oxford here or on the door

Find out about Lunas Dance Project here

Lunas Dance Project on Twitter: @LunasDance

Future Lunas activities include a Pre-professional Summer Intensive in Oxford during the week beginning 20th July.  For more information please contact LunasDanceProject@gmail.com