Swedish dance and music collaboration at Baxter

15 February 2016

The global economy and its effects on the individual once again come under the spotlight in Adagio for a Hacked Life, a contemporary dance and music piece that tackles the strains and pressures imposed on people in today’s modern society.

The show is the third and final instalment in the highly acclaimed Growth trilogy – a collaboration between the Baxter Theatre Centre and Scenkonst Sörmland (Sweden). It culminates with a short season at the Baxter Flipside from 17 to 27 February at 20h00, with matinees at 14h00.

Booking is through Computicket, or on 0861 915 8000, or at any Shoprite Checkers.

Picture: Shaun Oelf, Miskhkaah Medell and Themba Mbuli performing in Adagio for a Hacked Life.

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