Past Works (12)

Premiered at The Malthouse Theatre, Melbourne, October, 2012 Weather is an atmospheric dance work that embodies the breathtaking dynamics of the elements. An immersive experience inspired by the weather that surrounds and defines us, it employs the visceral sensations and dynamic …

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Image: Heidrun Lohr

Created during a residency at Théâtre De La Ville. An adaptation of Weather, a full-length dance work looking at our relationship to the elements. Microclimate is an adaptation of Weather for young audiences which is shorter in length and has new sections that don’t appear in the evening …

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Heidrun Lohr

A Lucy Guerin Inc & Belvoir Co-production, premiered at the Belvoir St Theatre, August, 2012  Conversation Piece brings together three actors and three dancers in a unique encounter between two performing art forms. The performers engage in an eight-minute conversation at the beginning …

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Image: Brett Boardman

A Malthouse Theatre, Lucy Guerin Inc and Perth International Arts Festival commission, Premiered at Malthouse Theatre, Melbourne, July 2010. Using image, sound, language and movement, Human Interest Story explores the affects of the news cycle on our psyche and questions our ability to …

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Premiered at Dance Massive, Arts House, Meat Market Melbourne, March, 2009. Four men take to the stage in Untrained. Two are highly skilled, experienced dancers and two have no movement training at all. The complex, refined movements that one man executes with ease …

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Image: The original 'Untrained' artists

Premiered at Arts House (Meat Market), Melbourne, October, 2008. Premiering as part of the 2008 Melbourne International Arts Festival, Corridor is a 55-minute dance theatre work that explores, in the words of Lucy Guerin, “how we exist in the public arena and …

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Premiered at Malthouse Theatre, Melbourne, October, 2006. The collapse of the West Gate Bridge in 1970 is a tragic event in Australia’s history that is etched in Melbourne’s public psyche. Not only did this event cause significant structural damage, including the …

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Image: Jeff Busby

Premiered 6 September, 2005. Love Me is a program of three works which explore relationships in projected environments. Reservoir of Giving I and II Reservoir of Giving I and II addresses the space between people and how we attempt to reconcile …

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Premiered at North Melbourne Town Hall, Melbourne, 15 March 2005. Choreographer Lucy Guerin and motion graphic designer Michaela French were looking out a window onto Melbourne’s cityscape when the original idea for Aether came to them. “I’ve got a view of …

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Image: Rachelle Roberts

Premiered at Melbourne Festival 14 October, 2003. Plasticine Park is a performed exhibition of eight solos that deal with changes in our environment, our relationships, our bodies and our biology. All the works have developed from discussions between the visual artists …

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Image: Jeff Busby

Premiere at Chunky Move Studio, Melbourne, September 2002. Melt was Lucy Guerin’s first full-length work since The End of Things in 2000.  With Melt, Lucy turned away from the more narrative, linear progression she used in The End of Things and ventured …

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Premiered Melbourne International Festival at the National Theatre, Melbourne, 20 October, 2000. The Ends of Things is based around a central character whose life, as he understands it, is drawing to a close. His world is reduced to a small room …

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Image: Jeff Busby
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