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ends 27 Jul 2018, 11:59 PM
Our yearly production Dancers' Locker is back with new works from company artists Adelene Stanley and Keigo Nozaki. In addition, we have invited Compagnie Irene K. (Belgium) to premiere their work on our sunny island! Dancers' Locker 2018 continues with the company's tradition to nurture and groom company artists to be accomplished choreographers through this platform that showcases their creativity.

Themed around the experience of being human, they will showcase "Echo & Shadow" and "7.6 Billion" respectively. Compagnie Irene K. will showcase "Eat it!", an adventurous story on earth and the fruit it bears, with underlying themes on duty and respect to neighbours versus greed and injustice.

With our usual grants and sponsors going through budget cuts due to the volatile economy, we are feeling a pinch in our pockets with our upcoming productions. That's why we are opening up our donations to you, our fellow arts enthusiasts! By supporting us today, you are ensuring that our company continues to create groundbreaking work that pushes the boundaries of contemporary dance.

About the Charity

Founded in 1991 by Low Mei Yoke and Tan Chong Poh, Frontier Danceland is a contemporary dance repertory company in Singapore that became full fledged in 2011. The company is committed to inspire audience with a dynamic range of contemporary dance creations while creating opportunities for Singaporean and international dance artists to create and present diverse, experimental and accessible dance works.

Frontier Danceland has worked with both local and international dance-makers including Noa Zuk, Ohad Fishof and Shahar Binyamini (Israel), Richard Chappell and Deborah Nightingale (United Kingdom), Stephanie Lake and Luke Smiles (Australia), Edouard Hue and Thomas Lebrun (France), Sita Ostheimer (Germany), Sascia Pellegrini (Italy), Matej Kejzar (Belgium/Slovenia), Liu Yen Cheng and Tung I Fen (Taiwan), and Victor Ma Choi Wo (Hong Kong).

Throughout the years, Frontier Danceland has represented Singapore internationally, including three sold out shows at Batsheva Dance Company in Tel Aviv (Israel), Kuandu Arts Festival (Taiwan), 25th Quinzena De Dance De Almada International Dance Festival (Portugal), Festival Tour d Horizons (France) and Dance in the City (Belgium/Germany).


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