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dc.contributor.authorGuerin, Lucy
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dc.date.available2018-11-14T04:21:48Z
dc.date.issued1997
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/11343/217808
dc.descriptionA beautiful refined and thoughtful piece, Incarnadine - meaning literally to turn blood red - evokes the strength, loneliness and desires of women. Performed as part of a triple bill, Around the World in Eighty Minutes,The Turning World Festival, London.
dc.descriptionCredits: Lucy Guerin, Choreographer; Nicole Bishop, Lucy Guerin, Rebecca Hilton, Ros Warby, Jennifer Weaver, Dancers; Jonathon Belcher, Lighting Designer; James Lo, Sound Designer; Lucy Guerin, Costume Designer.
dc.subjectContemporary Dance
dc.titleIncarnadine, The Place Theatre, London, England, 1997
dc.typePerformance
melbourne.affiliation.departmentTheatre and Dance Platform: engaging with Australian performing arts collections
melbourne.affiliation.facultyTheatre and Dance Platform: engaging with Australian performing arts collections
melbourne.linkedresource.urlhttp://www.lucyguerininc.com/work/Incarnadine
melbourne.linkedresource.urlhttps://www.ausstage.edu.au/pages/event/137727
melbourne.internal.eventid137727
melbourne.internal.venueThe Place Theatre, London, England
melbourne.internal.work15365
melbourne.archives.eventid137727
melbourne.contributor.authorGuerin, Lucy
melbourne.description.notesWork: Incarnadine
melbourne.internal.organisationid31214
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