One of Australia's most celebrated and inventive choreographers premieres a new work for two dancers
Melbourne choreographer Stephanie Lake has been on a hugely successful roll since she established her own company – simply named 'Stephanie Lake Company' – four years ago. She's won awards left, right and centre, and toured her work to some of the world's most prestigious arts festivals.
Melbourne audiences will be the first to see her new full-length work, which premieres at Northcote Town Hall as part of Darebin Arts Speakeasy.
In Replica, she's bringing together Singaporean dancer Christina Chan and French dancer Aymeric Bichon. She's promising a work that's "defined by whip-smart unison and wild, animalistic choreography", exploring the relationship and dependence between the pair. The piece also sees Lake reunite with composer Robin Fox, who'll create the soundtrack.