Lucy Guerin Commissions (7)

Lucy Guerin was commissioned by Rambert, Britain’s oldest contemporary dance company, to make a new work for the company. This commission followed on from Lucy co-­directing Macbeth with Carrie Cracknell for the Young Vic in 2015. Tomorrow inhabits the dark and dangerous …

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Following their acclaimed collaboration on Medea at the National Theatre, Carrie Cracknell and Lucy Guerin have together created a new version of Shakespeare’s supernatural tragedy, Macbeth, premiering at The Young Vic, London. When the prophecy of three witches proclaims that …

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Hubert Smith

Commission By: The Ballet de l’Opera de Lyon Ballet de l’Opera de Lyon commissioned Lucy Guerin to create a new dance work for the company. It premiered alongside new works choreographed by Lee Serle, and William Forsythe’s One Flat Thing …

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Premiere: October 2003, Malthouse, Melbourne. Commissioned By: Chunky Move Tense Dave was a collaboration between Lucy Guerin, Gideon Obarzanek and Michael Kantor Learn more about Chunky Move at their website and read RealTime’s article about the work an here.  

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Premiere: 14 February, 2001, Melbourne. Commissioned By: Ros Warby Living with Surfaces is a short solo about getting comfortable in a limited concrete world. Where to place oneself between wall, floor, skin and emptiness? This decision teeters between a sensual …

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Premiere: 13 May, 1999. Commissioned By: White Oak Dance Project, Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, US Soft Center rejects the sentimental cliches that often describe male/female relationships in dance. But imbedded in the abstract electronic music score is a burst …

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Premiere: 16 February, 1999, The CUB Malthouse, Melbourne. Commission By: Chunky Move, Melbourne. Zero was a commission for Melbourne-based dance company Chunky Move as part of their Bodyparts season. It is a contemporary exploration in movement using the manipulation of self …

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