|James Morgan and Charley Fone 'Ensemble' (Photo by Alex Springer)|
The first performance 'A Rustle Of Wings' choreographed by Emmeline Cresswell, comprised of periods of grace and beauty spanning a day from dusk till dawn. The trio of dancers at times seeming to become one being, so intertwined in each other and consumed by movement. The joy was clear to see on their faces and this really shone through in the performance. Supported by a good score and subtle lighting, it was a great opener to the evening and showed considerable talent and finesse.
'Ensemble' rounded off the evening choreographed and performed by James Morgan and designed by Charley Fone. This piece was once again far removed from the previous two, light, humorous and involving the audience. James Morgan had the auditorium in stitches with his long limb's leaping about the stage. A clever use of music and Charley Fone's voiceover contributed to the buoyant atmosphere. The piece positively emminated youthful exuberance and playfulness.
Another fantastic evening at Resolution 2014, get yourself some tickets they are cheap and just might hook you on dance forever!