Where are you, Dundee?
Friday 10 Apr 2020
Today, on Friday 10 April, Dundee Rep and Scottish Dance Theatre are pleased to announce ‘Where are you, Dundee?’ This brand new project is a collective artwork created for and by the people of Dundee, engaging with our audiences and communities across the city and encouraging them to connect and share creative experiences at this challenging time.
A message from Joan Clevillé, Andrew Panton and Liam Sinclair
Thursday 2 Apr 2020
Dear audiences, colleagues and supporters,
We write this from our homes, taking stock after the events of the last few weeks, when we had to take the difficult decision to close our theatre and stop all our public-facing activities locally, nationally and internationally. We hope this message finds you well and in good spirits as we navigate through these uncertain times.
So here we are, in this extraordinary moment full of difficulties but also possibilities, asking ourselves “What is a theatre and dance company when our building is closed and we can’t be in the same physical spaces as our audiences and participants?”
Coronavirus Statement from Dundee Rep and Scottish Dance Theatre
Friday 13 Mar 2020
Dundee Rep and Scottish Dance Theatre continue to closely monitor the situation regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and will respond in line with UK and Scottish Government guidance and instruction in the best interests of our audiences, participants and our staff.
storage for future sunsets: 21 hours, 3,000 visitors at V&A Dundee
Thursday 27 Feb 2020
Earlier this month Scottish Dance Theatre dancers took over V&A Dundee with a site-specific durational performance – storage for future sunsets. It is estimated that over 3,000 visitors encountered the work in Gallery 2 over 21 hours of performance in three days.
The sound of Antigone, Interrupted | Q&A with Sound Designer Luke Sutherland
Wednesday 12 Feb 2020
The score for Antigone, Interrupted began in the rehearsal studio using sounds made by the body. We sat down with Antigone, Interrupted Sound Designer Luke Sutherland to ask about the process of creating the soundscape for this exciting new production.