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FOR ONCE programme at The Centre for the Less Good Idea

November’s FOR ONCE programme at The Centre for the Less Good Idea presents a double bill of newly developed exceptional contemporary dance explorations.

For Once | Xolisile Bongwana, Teresa Phuti and Javier Velázquez Cabrero

less good idea For Once Xolisile Bongwana Teresa Phuti Javier Velázquez Cabrero15 November  | 19:00
R100 / ticket
Booking online is essential
The Centre for the Less Good Idea
Unit 11, Arts on Main, Maboneng
245 Main Street, 2094

Xolisile Bongwana presents Mnquma – in quest of our intersecting narratives to connect with our roots – Bayasibiza

Original Concept: David April in conversation with Xolisile Bongwana
Choreography:  David April & Xolisile Bongwana
Artistic Direction: David April
Dramaturge and Text: Katleho Sekhosana
Performer: Xolisile Bongwana
Music: Original compositions by No-Finish Dywili, Xolisile Bongwana and Elvis Sibeko
Sound Engineer: Zain Vally
Supporting text and narrative: Xolisile Bongwana
Costume: Lebo MerryK and Sinta Spector

Followed by Javier Velazquez Cabrero in collaboration with Teresa Phuti Mojela
     Cabrero performs two duo pieces, putting into practice a collaborating methodology that he has been working with for the last 3 years, developed predominantly in collaboration with Mexican actor Pedro Mira.
     His process takes into account the psychological relationship we have with our bodies and in turn it’s physical relationship to other bodies.
     Together with Teresa Phuti Mojela, the dancers reflect on how we physically relate to people who are far away. From people who have left the physical world, to characters relevant to the collective imagination.
     The construction of the work is based on the physicality of these projections, memories and imaginaries.

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