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Full Moon 1 (Photograph: Pedro Greig)
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Photograph: Pedro Greig
Jesse Scales (centre) in Sydney Dance Company's 'Full Moon'
Full Moon 2 (Photograph: Pedro Greig)
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Photograph: Pedro Greig
Latisha Sparks (foreground) in 'Full Moon'
Full Moon 3 (Photograph: Pedro Greig)
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Photograph: Pedro Greig
Bernhard Knauer, Jesse Scales and Janessa Dufty (L-R front) in 'Full Moon'
Full Moon 4 (Photograph: Pedro Greig)
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Photograph: Pedro Greig
Holly Doyle in 'Full Moon'
Full Moon 5 (Photograph: Pedro Greig)
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Photograph: Pedro Greig
Bernhard Knauer and Sam Young-Wright
Full Moon 6 (Photograph: Pedro Greig)
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Photograph: Pedro Greig
Todd Sutherland
Full Moon 7 (Photograph: Pedro Greig)
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Photograph: Pedro Greig
Sydney Dance Company perform 'Full Moon', Roslyn Packer Theatre
Ocho 1 (Photograph: Pedro Greig)
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Photograph: Pedro Greig
Nelson Earl in 'Ocho'
Ocho 2 (Photograph: Pedro Greig)
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Photograph: Pedro Greig
'Ocho'
Ocho 3 (Photograph: Pedro Greig)
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Photograph: Pedro Greig
Cass Mortimer Eipper (centre)
Ocho 4 (Photograph: Pedro Greig)
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Photograph: Pedro Greig
Nelson Earl in 'Ocho'
Ocho 5 (Photograph: Pedro Greig)
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Photograph: Pedro Greig
'Ocho'

This double-bill by Sydney Dance Company pairs a new work by artistic director Rafael Bonachela with a new work by Taiwanese choreographer Cheng Tsung–lung

Sydney Dance Company's first Sydney show in 2017 will celebrate artistic director Rafael Bonachela's eighth year at the helm with a new work titled 'Ocho' (spanish for 'eight'), set to music by frequent collaborator Nick Wales. The guest for the season is Taiwanese choreographer Cheng Tsung–lung, head of Cloud Gate 2 Theatre. This will be the first time the company has collaborated with a choreographer from Asia. Cheng has created 'Full Moon' for the company – a tribute to and reflection on how Chinese and Taiwanese people relate to the moon.

By: Dee Jefferson

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