This was a strange, exciting, visually stunning work that can best be defined as a ‘dance theatre event’.
Twisted Element has finally returned (hooray) after several years hiatus and with a slightly changed name to bring us this ‘immersive and interactive contemporary dance theatre work’.
The ensemble work was strong and terrific, requiring precise control and there were some excellent solos and duets.
A lot depended on the special costumes the performers wore, as well as the lighting design which was very effective.
The electronic soundscape beeped, throbbed and hummed.
As we entered the space we were greeted by the sight of Charlotte Schinckel-Brown who was standing on a plinth. She was topless (but taped across revealing areas) and was wearing a long, specially formed skirt that was circular at the bottom. It was quite sculptural and the effect was beautiful and challenging. She used her arms in long stretched lines above her head or in angular poses. Eventually she descended and used the skirt in various formations. Continue reading TWISTED ELEMENT PRESENTS ‘OPUS’ @ THE DUTI STUDIOS ENMORE