DANCE

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“We’re fly­ing in KIM Yong Chul SEOP Dance Company from Korea with their per­for­mance of Red Ex­or­cism. Daloy Dance Co., the new­est Con­tem­po­rary Dance company in Manila, is also part of our line-up with work from Ea Tor­rado.”

STRONG BOY, DEAF BOY, AND A GIRL IN AN ABAYA

This per­for­mance tells the story of chil­dren liv­ing in the fringes of so­ci­ety—chil­dren who live amidst armed con­flict, street chil­dren who are left to fend for them­selves, and chil­dren who are dis­placed by nat­u­ral calami­ties.

RED EX­OR­CISM

KIM Yong Chul SEOP Dance Company seeks to make cre­ative Korean dance more con­tem­po­rary by reach­ing a har­mony be­tween the real and ab­stract, and the an­ces­tral and mod­ern.

DYSMORPHILIA

Per­formed by the new­est con­tem­po­rary dance group in Manila, Daloy Dance Company, Dysmorphilia projects man’s as­pi­ra­tion for phys­i­cal per­fec­tion and il­lus­trates body is­sues in a twisted, ex­ag­ger­ated way. The piece will fea­ture de­signs by award-win­ning multi-arts de­signer Leeroy New.

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