AMICI'S ONE WORLD wealth of the common people
Amici Dance Theatre Company recently celebrated their 40th anniversary, albeit a little late due to the world-wide Covid pandemic, with a full-company production telling the personal and sometimes harrowing stories of refugees and displaced people in the world today.
With over 80 disabled and non-disabled performers on stage, many specially invited from all over the world, this festival of colour and music, tragedy and comedy was Amici’s biggest production to date.
Directed by Amici’s artistic director, Wolfgang Stange, the show celebrated the beauty, love and unity of people from different cultures across the globe and was a celebratory week of workshops, a photographic exhibition and films.
“Without hope we would be lost indeed. Amici shows that sharing and celebrating each other‘s difference is the only way forward.” Wolfgang Stange
An Amici Dance Theatre Company Production. Produced by Turtle Key Arts
Artistic Director and Choreography – Wolfgang Stange
Director and Set Design – Michael Vale
Composer and Live Musician – Nao Masuda
Assistant Choreographer – Colm Gallagher
Costume Design – Tina Bicat
Lighting Designer – Phil Supple