Young male dancers take to the spotlight…

Next May we will host a a unique project that will bring together professional dancers and young male dancers from the local area and we want you to apply!

Matthew Bourne and the Lord of the Flies team

Matthew Bourne and the Lord of the Flies team

Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures has created some of the most succesful dance productions of the last 25 years including Swan Lake, Nutcracker! and Sleeping Beauty. Now the team including Matthew Bourne will bring an extraordinary adaptation of William Golding’s novel The Lord of the Flies to our main stage featuring a cast of New Adventures dancers amongst young, talented male dancers from the West Midlands.

Over the coming months we will be launching large-scale community outreach programmes to find the young men to be in the show. We are interested to hear from young men aged between 10 – 25 years old and no previous experience of dance is necessary. To apply or for more information click here.

Take a look at the trailer below for an insight into the production and click here to book tickets and for more info.

Lord of the Flies is a unique project that will bring together professional dancers from our company and young male dancers from the regions in which we will present the production.

Over the coming months each regional venue will be launching large-scale community outreach programmes to find the young men to be in the show. We are interested to hear from young men aged between 10 – 25 year old. No previous experience of dance is necessary.

– See more at: http://www.new-adventures.net/productions/lord_of_the_flies/getinvolved#sthash.fo51ZAar.dpuf

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