Ever wondered where a certain dance move originated from?
Bursting at the seams with fascinating facts, naughty stories and dance moves to die for, 100 Years of the History of Dance explores some of dance’s most influential choreographers.
100 Years of the History of Dance as told by one man in 60 minutes with an Energetic Group Finale is performed by Joseph Simons and follows schoolboy Jacob presenting a report on the topic of his own choice.
Jacob decides to cover 100 years of the history of dance.
He explores the lives of great choreographers including Martha Graham, Merce Cunningham, Bob Fosse, Roudolf Nureyev, Pina Bauch, Gene Kelly and Paula Abdul.
Jacob not only talks about them, but demonstrates their signature style at the same time.
As he prepares, Jacob ponders the difference between influence and plagiarism and begins to question his own legacy.
Performed by Joseph Simons and directed by Emma Canalese LEC Presents 100 Years of the History of Dance as told by one man in 60 minutes with an Energetic Group Finale on Thursday, August 15 from 7.30pm.
Tickets are available from the LEC box office or online at loganentertainmentcentre.com.au