This production is funded by Arts Council England and the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS).
Willa grew up on Dartmoor and has been a part of different local dance, music, and drama classes. She trained at Trinity Laban for three years in Contemporary Dance where she became a founding member of MassHysteria Collective; a group of 12 female dance artists who challenge themselves with shared curiosities and questions, making events, performances, and workshops. From 2019-2020 she studied Contemporary dance in Portugal at Performact. MED Theatre has played a big part in Willa’s personal and creative development and she is excited to work with MED Theatre for the first time in the role of choreographer.
Jonny enjoys fusing together different practices such as dance, music and theatre, to create performance. Dartmoor has been his home since birth, its strong influences residing quite happily over his work. He is currently training in dance at London Dance Studio and has a particular interest in choreographing classical work. Jonny first worked with MED Theatre as a young actor and musician in ‘Whitehorse Hill’. Subsequent involvement with the composition and playing of music for annual community plays has played a forceful part in the widening of his creative response to Dartmoor.
The major carbon cycle is slow, it is constantly happening in the background on a timescale of millions of years through volcanic eruptions putting CO2 into the atmosphere to keep the planet warm and increased rainfall when the planet warms up to remove the CO2 into the oceans where it is subducted under the tectonic plates back into the volcanoes. Humans, however, have no tangible experience of it. Human reaction is often quick, done without much thought, often upsetting the balance of things. The carbon cycle centralises this idea of balance.
27th June 2021
2pm and 5pm
Bridford Woodland Park
Bridford, Exeter, EX6
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