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GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS : BONNIE CURTIS PROJECTS IMPRESSES WITH ITS DEBUT FULL LENGTH PRODUCTION

GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS is the first feature length work to be performed by Bonnie Curtis Projects and is part of the Sydney Fringe Festival.

Bonnie Curtis Projects has previously performed various short pieces examining the theories of psychoanalyst, Sigmund Freud, domestic violence and other related topics.

GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS attempts to explore the experiences of young modern Australian women, body image and sexualization, the mask women wear as a public face, and the use of social media.

Our emcee for the evening was Melinda Penna, in a black dress with a white fluffy short wrap – think the ads for Australian Dance Theatre’s Birdbrain – and sparkly silver high heels.

Penna introduced the two works to be performed through the evening and has a big part in the second half – more of that later. Continue reading GIRLS GIRLS GIRLS : BONNIE CURTIS PROJECTS IMPRESSES WITH ITS DEBUT FULL LENGTH PRODUCTION

GIRLS, GIRLS, GIRLS : BONNIE CURTIS PROJECTS ANNOUNCES ITS DEBUT SEASON

GIRLS, GIRLS, GIRLS is a double bill of original works presented by Sydney’s daring new dance company, Bonnie Curtis Projects.

Staged in a heritage church, the show gives audiences a personal and intimate experience, at times blurring the lines between audience and performer.

The title piece Girls Girls Girls is a gutsy new work by choreographer and filmmaker Bonnie Curtis. Exploring the experiences of modern Australian women, their deepest, darkest thoughts and insecurities are paraded on stage.

Hilarious, clichéd, and deeply moving, this performance is an unconventional work sure to provoke discussion.

Kate Garrett’s work When I Was… transports audiences to another time and place, discovering the joyful stories of generations past.

Garrett’s piece features music by British folk band Steeleye Span, and explores the profoundly human experiences of love, misjudgement and loss.

GIRLS, GIRLS, GIRLS represents the first full-length work of Bonnie Curtis Projects.

DATES FOR THE DIARY 

September 8, 9, 10 at 7.30 pm at Annandale Creative Arts Centre,  81 Johnson St Annandale 2038

For more about Girls Girls Girls, visit http://www.bonniecurtisprojects.com
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