Yeh, nah, yeh bro…Definitely yeh!
Nine of Wellington’s best professional freelance dancers unite to present Yes. No. Maybe? a compelling triple bill of new and exciting contemporary dance works to be performed at BATS Theatre for the 2012
Wellington FRINGE Festival.
Choreographed by Sarah Knox, Anna Flaherty and Alana Yee, each choreographer physically and emotionally explores the
moments we face in life; of forgetting, regretting or conforming; which will define who we become?
Sarah Knox (ex Footnote Dance Co, about to undertake a Masters programme in Dance) delves into ideas of missed
opportunities, words caught in the throat and walking away. How might we interact whilst hiding a confession?
Anna Flaherty is an emerging choreographer with a skilful eye for spatial and temporal design. Her beautiful new work
uses stunning imagery to provide a thought-provoking glance into moments of our forgetting.
Fresh from a successful year as curator of Performance Art project S.A.M.P.L.E. Alana Yee presents an original piece of
dance theatre with innovative, punchy and experimental choreography exploring womanhood and the various facets of female
Yes. No. Maybe? is the culmination of the artistic experimentation that has been developed by the Wellington Freelance Dancers
throughout 2011 and will showcase relationships between edgy contemporary dance, original choreography, music, text and
Yes. No. Maybe?
February 21st – 25th 2012, 6.30pm
BATS Theatre - 1 Kent Terrace, Wellington
Tickets - $16 Full / $14 Concession / $12 Fringe Addict
Bookings - 04 802 4175 / www.bats.co.nz
Wellington Freelance Dancers are an exciting new collective of dance professionals. They have united with the unanimous
intention to strengthen the creative bonds of the small but mighty Wellington dance community. Graduates of New
Zealand’s premier dance training institutions and international conservatories, this collective places established
performers and dance makers alongside the fresh talent of recent graduates, creating a strong presence within the dance
and wider arts community.
“As there are limited employment possibilities for freelance dancers in Wellington, it is vital that we are pro-active
in creating work for ourselves, to keep our passion alive and to ensure our professional artistic practices progress.” -