Introducing… Katie Dale-Everett Dance!

Dance Woking are delighted to announce Katie Dale-Everett Dance as one of three artists presenting work at our brand new ‘Introducing Dance Platform’ on the 19th March for emerging artists and choreographers!

Katie Dale-Everett is an independent cross-genre dance and film artist, creative arts producer, teacher and performer. Her work blends digital technology with contemporary dance to spark important conversations about our online identities.

Katie Dale Everett Dance will present their interactive work How far would you go to be liked? as part of their new project Virtual You which explores potential scenarios young people could find themselves in when engaging online.

How far would you go to be liked? invites audience interaction and asks you to interact and influence the outcomes for two people whilst exploring what our desire to be liked might make us do.

Katie Dale-Everett Dance works to explore what can be choreographed, who can be involved and where dance can be engaged with. Working across live work, film, audio participatory work and the fusion of light and projection with the body we aim to create spaces in which audiences/participants are able to challenge and for themselves discover new perspectives on the world.

WATCH Katie Dale-Everett Dance this Spring in Woking!

Introducing Dance Platform
Tuesday 19th March, 7pm
Rhoda McGaw Theatre, Woking, GU21 6GQ

Standard – £9.50
Concession – £5.50

Tickets Available HERE!

KDE Dance ‘How far would you go to be liked?’ Photography by Jane Russell

KDE Dance ‘How far would you go to be liked?’ Photography by Jane Russell

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