HS - 02 - Macbeth:Angel witches
HS - 03 - Odyssey:Lead
HS - 10 - Dracula:Brides
HS - 36 - Macbeth:MB poles
HS - 11 - Made In Heaven:Lead
HS - 04 - Odyssey:Laying
HS - 01 - Macbeth:Lead
HS - 08 - Dracula:Fangs
HS - 06 - Odyssey:Penelope and Circe
HS - 21 - Macbeth:MB crowned by witches
HS - 07 - Odyssey - Circe light above
HS - 33 - Macbeth:Banquo points
HS - 09 - Dracula:JH with candles
HS - 12 - MIH:Shark
HS - 35 - Macbeth:Jerry can
HS - 15 - L&W:Cheerleader
HS - 31 - Macbeth:Macduff by the pyre
HS - 17 - SOB:Nails
HS - 13 - MIH:Milkmaid
HS - 29 - Macbeth:MB final

...one of the most consistently thought-provoking choreographers working in Britain today. The Observer

Macbeth - Mark Bruce Company

On Choreography & Making Dance Theatre

Oberon has recently published Mark's new book "On Choreography & Making Dance Theatre".

"There is no definitive method of choreography. Any choreographer who has a voice has learnt and executed it in their way. Choreographers pick up things here and there from what they see, who they work with, and assemble a craft themselves. So much of what they do as artists is intuition and instinct. Creativity cannot be tamed and fully understood or concluded. Artists are dealing with imagination.


On Choreography and Making Dance Theatre will be an invaluable insight into Bruce's approach, both artistic and practical, as he documents his process from the beginnings of ideas to the realisation of a full-length production. Bruce provides an explanation of the range of skills he believes are required, and all that needs to be considered in the creation of dance theatre.

Mark Bruce has choreographed and directed internationally for nearly thirty years. His award-winning company produces dance theatre with a strong filmic aesthetic, and an eclectic choice of music. Bruce's productions utilise a wide range of experience and influences, whilst being rooted in a highly crafted choreographic language.

Cover image by Nicole Guarino

ISBN: 9781783197774

www.oberonbooks.com

Braham Murray

It is with great sadness that we learnt this week of the death of our patron, Braham Murray.
Braham and Mark had worked together on many occasions and he was a close personal friend and long-term supporter of the company and its work.
We extend all our sympathies to his family and friends at this time.


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