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Two Can Do Summer Tour and Support Workshops Coming to the Hunt Museum this August

Two Can Do Summer Tour and Support Workshops will be held at the Hunt Museum this August 

Two Can Do Summer Tour and Support Workshops Coming to the Hunt Museum this August

Created in 2017, Two Can Do has taken on a life and an identity of its own, being named the ‘Most Innovative’ at the Limerick Fringe Festival in 2017 and is described as a “journey of possibilities”. Two Can Do is now preparing to go on a Summer Tour in Ireland, preceded by a show in New York City and a fundraising gala in New Jersey, with high hopes of bringing the work to tour throughout the US and Europe after this summer’s tour.

Two can do Summer Tour

Explore the process behind the award-winning duet, Two Can Do at the Support Workshop

In the piece, two dancers work to support – physically – each other’s movement ventures to create a dynamic, rhythmical and physical duet. The work uses principles of contemporary dance to explore the idea of support, trust and vulnerability in the arts. The question is… how much further can you go with a bit of support?

Bianca Paige Smith, Choreographer said, “Two Can Do provides a way in, a portal to the magic that is human, a magic that we all know and can somehow understand without speaking. It provides a tangible way to dabble in the intangible. This work creates an atmosphere that deserves to be explored and as the choreographer, it has been a true honour and a privilege to be the one chosen to receive this work.”

Two Can Do will be performed on Saturday, August 17 at the Hunt Museum at 3 pm. Tickets are on sale here for €12.

Bianca will also be providing a Support Workshop along with the performer, Eimear Byrne. This welcoming and engaging workshop will explore the process behind the award-winning duet, Two Can Do. This workshop will also encompass both movement and non-movement and emphasize the power of human connection and what we can do with a bit of support.

Bianca and Eimear would like to invite community members from all walks of life. Artists and non-artists are welcome to join and no experience in movement is required or necessary. You can expect to make a connection with people using movement in a different way. The workshop will be held on Saturday, August 10 at the Hunt Museum at 3 pm. The cost of the workshop is €10 and you will receive half price on show tickets. To book email [email protected]

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