An Unfortunate Willingness to Agree
Wed 20 - Sun 24 February, 5.30pm
Returning for an Auckland season An Unfortunate Willingness to Agree is dance of a different nature. Politically-charged, yet highly personal, three impassioned performers deal with senses of anger and agitation, apathy and alienation that they see in their present world.
Created originally in early 2012 against a backdrop of global disquiet such as Occupy, Tea Party, the Arab Spring, austerity riots and the Euro crisis, An Unfortunate Willingness to Agree has been reworked with a year's events and experience to draw from. Ultimately, this work speaks of the dissatisfaction of a young generation and its desire for something much more human and honest.
Winner - Best in Dance - New Zealand Fringe Festival 2012
'Flawless show of style and substance' Dominion Post
'A new choreographic voice emerging that is young and strong
' Capital Times, Wellington
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