A ripe old age

Award-winning dance troupe Force Majeure have spent two years creating their latest piece The Age I’m In, which they will be presenting at Lismore City Hall.

The show fuses dance with filmmaking, music and technical wizardry (they will be using hand-held screens that have been pioneered especially for the show).

Inspired by interviews with more than 80 Australians of all ages and backgrounds, the show offers a fresh and compelling take on generational clichés and differences, notions of family, friendship, love, growing old and how individuals grapple with their own place in the world.

After critically acclaimed, sold-out seasons at the Adelaide and Sydney Festivals and an international tour to Ireland, Korea and Canada, The Age I’m In comes to Lismore for two shows this Friday and Saturday night, May 7 and 8.

Tickets are $47/38/21 from www.norpa.org.au or phone Norpa on 1300 066 772.


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