Past Works (12)

Premiere: 23 July 2010 – Malthouse Theatre, Melbourne. A Malthouse Theatre, Lucy Guerin Inc and Perth International Arts Festival commission Using image, sound, language and movement, Human Interest Story explores the affects of the news cycle on our psyche and questions our …

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Premiere: 17 October, 2008, Arts House (Meat Market), Melbourne. “A singularly joyous experience, a celebration of the innate subversiveness of the human body.” Alison Croggon, Theatre Notes, 2008 Premiering as part of the 2008 Melbourne International Arts Festival, Corridor is a 55-minute …

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Premiere: 19th October, 2006, Malthouse Theatre, Melbourne. “Guerin has a unique capacity to illuminate deep human emotions through abstract choreography.” Hilary Crampton, The Age, 2006. The collapse of the West Gate Bridge in 1970 is a tragic event in Australia’s history that …

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Premiere: 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 …

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Premiere: 15 March 2005, North Melbourne Town Hall, Melbourne. “Guerin and the dancers reach into startling new territory.” Lee Christofis, The Australian, 2005. Choreographer Lucy Guerin and motion graphic designer Michaela French were looking out a window onto Melbourne’s cityscape when the …

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Image: Rachelle Roberts

Premiere: 14 October, 2003, Melbourne Festival. 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 involved …

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Premiere: 19 September 2002, Chunky Move Studio, Melbourne. ” … it has the same kind of richness one can find in some of Kraftwerk’s music, Mondrian’s paintings, of the clipped dialogue of film noir.” Jonathan Marshall, Real Time, 2002.   Melt …

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Premiere: 20 October, 2000, Melbourne International Festival at the National Theatre, Melbourne. 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 …

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Premiere: 7 November, 1998, The Athenaeum II, Melbourne. Heavy is based on the descent into the sleep cycle, beginning with sleep stages 1 – 4 and moving into REM or the dreaming stage. This work contrasts the clinical realm of …

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Premiere: 3 December, 1997, Athenaeum Theatre II, Melbourne Robbery Waitress on Bail draws its inspiration from the pages of Melbourne’s tabloids. Its starting point is the report of a waitress who acts as a hostage in a robbery while her …

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Premiere: 4 September, 1996, Gasworks, Melbourne “The elegant crystalline structure tugs against the enigma of these women.” Deborah Jowitt, Village Voice, 1999. Two Lies was the first work produced by Lucy after she returned to Australia following seven years of working …

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Premiere: 25 November, 1994, Dance Theatre Workshop, New York, US Incarnadine was originally performed in 1994 at Dance Theatre Workshop in New York City in 1994 for their 30th Anniversary Season. It was later remounted at DTW in 1996 as …

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