Commissioned by Qu Junktions
A brand new drama and dance piece by London-based musician Klein, Osanle explores the iconography of ballet through the eyes of three teenage boys as they discover the art for the first time.
Composer and playwright Klein is an artist who’s neoteric vision has seen her quickly become one of the UK’s most intriguing and unpinnable producers and performers. She uses collage techniques to assemble recordings of her own vocals and instrumentation into unique soundscapes, with references ranging from Mythology to Pavarotti and the very ideology of the defunct TV network, 'Trouble'.
Osanle is written, directed and composed by Klein, and choreographed by Klein and Scout Creswick. Original Music is performed by Klein. Costume by Tania Daniel. Set design by Club Couture and Overt Corporation.
Venue: Hull Truck Theatre, 50 Ferensway, Hull, HU2 8LB
Running Time: 60 minutes
Access: Fully accessible. Bar and cafe on site. Parking not available but St Stephen's Multi-Storey is just next door and costs £1 after 5.30pm.
Wheelchair users: If you require a wheelchair space please contact the Box Office on 01482 323638 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book as places are limited.
Warning: Show contains flashing lights.
This performance includes dance. This Q&A session will be BSL Interpreted.