Australia Home Land
9/6/2013

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This work by D.C.-based choreographer Sarah J. Ewing features five dancers struggling to co-exist on a dual-level set featuring a cross-section of Australia’s red earth. The piece, which focuses on a dialogue about the very human struggle to reexamine our identities as part of a larger culture, asks the question, “What defines home?” Part of Local Dance Commissioning Project.

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