Where have all the flowers gone? 

2016 theatreworks

Eden Dance is a professional platform for dancers and choreographers to explore movement, provoke thought and discover beauty.

 

Under the Artistic Direction of renowned Melbourne contemporary dancer, Colette MacLaren, Eden Dance exists to add texture and beauty to the professional dance industry in Australia. 

 

Formed from a collective of mid-career professional dancers, Eden Dance brings together some of Australia's premier Christian artists with decades of dance expertise. 

Eden Dance is currently in creative development for a new work in 2018.

Eden Dance is part of 3dArts Company, an urban arts not-for-profit community organisation creating opportunities, strengthening communities and transforming lives. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eden Dance opens the lid on the stigma of postnatal depression with a new Melbourne contemporary dance work tackling depression through dance.

 

Where Have All The Flowers Gone? is dance art that whispers truth to the soul, finding colour in the dark. Renown Melbourne choreographers Colette MacLaren (Jason Coleman’s Australian Dance Awards, 1st Place Australian Choreographic Awards, Tombola Adelaide Fringe) and Hayley Thompson (Remnant Dance, Polarity Melbourne Fringe 2011, National Portrait Gallery Choreographer) collaborate in this pivotal new work bringing dignity to the true stories of survivors of depression. 


WHERE HAVE ALL THE FLOWERS GONE? A new contemporary dance production tackling depression through dance performed by Eden Dance at Theatre Works, Acland Street St. Kilda from the 17th to the 21st February. 

 

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WHERE HAVE ALL THE FLOWERS GONE?
VENUE: Theatre Works, 14 Acland Street, St. Kilda
DATES: 17th – 21st February 
TIMES: Wednesday 17th – Saturday 20th 8.00pm / Saturday 20th 2.00pm / Sunday 21st 5.00pm
Performers: Anni Ha, Colette MacLaren, Hayley Thompson, Hannah Rushton-Smith, Rachel Vogel, Hadassah Wallis
Sound Design: Roderick Price


 

Where have all the flowers gone? 

RETURN SEASON - 2017