6000 to 1 2015
Come all-in with Stompin as they explore the anatomy of choice and chance in 6000 to 1.
Using dance, video and sound, this performative journey will analyse a variety of high-stakes scenarios selected and curated by young Tasmanians. 6000 to 1, a reference to Tasmania’s youth suicide statistics, uses the metaphor of a casino and manipulates the concept of time to explore the impact and importance of the choices we make. Place a bet with Stompin as they explore the repercussions of real life situations in a showdown with the notions of luck, chance, fate and choice.
Location: Sawtooth ARI Level 1, 160 Cimitiere St,
Wed 25 March, Thurs 26 March, Fri 27 March, Sat 28 March, Sun 29 March
All performances 7.30pm and run for 70mins
Performed by Young Tasmanians
Emma Porteus - Director/Choreographer
Martyn Coutts - Dramaturge/multimedia artist
Ben Cisterne - Lighting Design
Adam Wheeler - Guest Choreographer
Matt Delbridge – Spatial Design
Randall Foxx – Composer
Artskool – Visual Artists
Sonja Hindrum – Costume Design
Tickets $20 Full and $15 Concession each from