“A few weeks to relax and recover is always necessary after August finishes.”
WHO: Jesse Scott
WHAT: “B-boy meets Bendy boy. Hip-hop and Hula Hooper. Pop, lock and adagio. Collision is a cross-pollination of contemporary circus and street dance, teaming together two Brisbane powerhouses, Casus Creations and Mad Dance House. Casus Creations is a pioneer contemporary arts company known for ground-breaking acrobatics and physical poetry with a reputation as a leader in the contemporary circus on the world stage. Mad Dance House is mover and shaker in the urban and street dance international scene, responsible for some of Australia’s most charismatic and celebrated street dancers. Collision is an explosion for your senses!”
WHERE: Assembly George Square Gardens – Piccolo (Venue 3)
WHEN: 14:55 (60 min)
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Is this your first time to Edinburgh?
This will be my ninth time at Edinburgh fringe and I’m still as excited as I was the first time I came, there’s always something new to discover and old friends to reconnect with. The fringe is a furious and fast paced month were selling your show is the name of the game. A few weeks to relax and recover is always necessary after August finishes.
What are the big things you’ve learned since 2019 and have you absorbed any of the lessons yet?
The world has certainly changed since 2019 we as a company are definitely trying to bring joy and connection to the stage more than ever. The biggest lesson I’ve learned has been solidifying the idea that art is important to uplift and engage humanity.
Tell us about your show.
Collision brings together three incredible Street dances and three incredible circus performers. The show was directed by Natano Fa’anana, codirected by myself and Lachlan McAulay and produced by the incredible cluster arts. Collision has add four seasons and we come to Edinburgh having always sold out every show we have performed. We can’t wait to continue the success and show the world this energetic and joyous show.
What should your audience see at the festivals after they’ve seen your show?
I would highly recommend seeing Casting off and Zoe by a good catch playing at the Roxy.
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