Presented by Tracks Dance Company in association with Darwin Festival
Smith Street Mall becomes an open-air theatre in Tracks Dance Company’s latest work Global Positioning.
Drawing on the worldwide movement of placemaking, the cast of local dancers create interventions that disrupt our ideas of place, reinvent memories and enable us to reimagine our city. Whimsical yet thought provoking, Global Positioning explores our relationship to the built environment and city across time.
Global Positioning is set across multiple sites; looping us into the past, grounding us in the present and elevating us into the future. ARIA Award-nominated producer James Mangohig creates a richly textured sound score that sets the pulse for this work, while six local choreographers lead a large community cast in captivating movement.
Whether you call Darwin and the Top End home or you’re visiting this tropical city for the first time, Global Positioning is a show that will resonate with everyone.
Tracks Artistic Co Director & Choreographer David McMicken
- Tracks Artistic Co Director & Design Timothy Newth
- Tracks Resident Dance Animateur Kelly Beneforti
- Choreographers Jessica Devereux, Bryn Wackett, Jenelle Saunders, Jordan Bretherton, Madeleine Brown and Venaska Cheliah
- Musical Director James Mangohig
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