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Every day until Sat 30 Sep 2017
‘Opus’ Twisted Element’s bizarre and dazzling experiential dance production premiered in June of this year. Audiences experienced first-hand, immersive dance theatre designed around the ever-entwining relationship between human and machine, organic and synthetic, real and unreal. Cyborg characters adorned in lights, vacuous space age barbies and combat robots, immerse you into a futuristic world full of surrealism, hilarious metaphors and hypnotic beauty as the dancers looped in and out of the audience, coaxing them to become part of the experience, all the while surprising them continuously with redirection of attention and theme.

The company has presented a number of works in Sydney theatres between 2010-2014, with building success as an independent dance company, recognised for its unique and thought-provoking style and strong visual aesthetic.

Opus is the work that has relaunched the company in the direction of immersive, interactive and experiential dance.

After a very popular premiere, Opus is back by high demand, completely reworked for the incredible PACT Theatre in Erskineville for three nights only at Sydney Fringe Festival, 28-30th September.
107 Railway Parade, Newtown
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