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G, a powerful reworking of Giselle. G fuses the technical prowess of classical ballet with explosive and enthralling choreography.
Sex, death, hysteria and gender, the central themes of the work, are expressed through an eclectic choreographic approach that seamlessly interplays the body in dark collapse, teamed with full tilt athleticism and rapid fire deconstructed classicism. Dislocating and transcending the ballet's romantic narrative, G converts the dancers from characters in to visceral explorations of the emotional motifs found in Giselle.
The score was created by Luke Smiles, one of the luminaries of music composition for the new wave of Australian contemporary dance.