Night Vision | DanceEast Centre for Advanced Training (CAT)

Night Vision was created by Jess and Morgs for our DanceEast CAT End of Year Show 2019 – it was later performed again at the anniversary gala of the Jerwood DanceHouse alongside professional companies such as The Royal Ballet, Company Wayne McGregor, Aakash Odedra Company and more.

This piece explored the interplay between film and dance on stage and on screen. The piece was created in collaboration with the dancers and through engaging with the technology to create a relationship between the two forms.

As part of CAT Week 2020 we’ll be sharing this performance online – tune in to our facebook on Tuesday 28 July, 7.30pm. This performance will be available for 24 hours after it’s Facebook premiere, you can watch it again on our vimeo here.

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Company: Jess and Morgs
Choreographers: Morgann Runacre-Temple and Jessica Wright
Rehearsal Director: Stuart Goodwin
Music: Vivaldi, Tom Waits, Anna Meredith, Purcell
Dancers: Ameya Bill-Eteson, Chandi Brading, Maya Collison, Anna Gardiner, Jade Jeffs, Lottie Nunn, Millie Powell, Katie
Squirrell, Olivia Starr, Alessandra Way, Daisy Welford, Tabatha Willmore

Filmed by James Williams Cinematographer. Photos by Rachel Cherry.

What is CAT WEEK 2020?

CAT Week 2020 will shine a light onto our DanceEast Centre for Advanced Training (CAT). The CAT is part of a national programme that offers world-class pre-vocational dance training to young people with exceptional potential..

CAT Week 2020 will shine a light onto our DanceEast Centre for Advanced Training (CAT). The CAT is part of a national programme that offers world-class pre-vocational dance training to young people with exceptional potential..

As part of their training, the CAT students work with leading choreographers to create a series of performances for  the DanceEast CAT annual End of Year Show. This gives the students an insight into the professional dance world and the opportunity to create a brand-new dance work, or to re-stage or re-imagine an existing professional dance work. During the week, the CAT students will be taking part in  the CAT Digital Summer Intensive working with leading choreographers including Anna Williams, Martin Lawrance, Alleyne Dance, James Cousins, and Jamaal Burkmar. DanceEast CAT Alumni will also have the opportunity to take part in a workshop with New Adventures, led by Resident Artist Kerry Biggin.

Each evening there will be screenings on our Facebook page from previous CAT End of Year Shows that were filmed at DanceEast in the Jerwood DanceHouse. These will highlight some fantastic previous performances, starting with a restaging of Didy Veldman’s The Knot, and ending with the full-length work Park Road created by Jasmin Vardimon Company. There is also a full programme of CAT works choreographed by Jess and Morgs, Joseph Toonga and more. Each performance will be available to watch for 24 hours via vimeo – www.danceeast.co.uk/whats-on for more information.

Booking Information

Dates and Times

Tuesday 28 July | 7.30pm

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