A Corpo Libero / The Woman Who Wanted To Be Funny

  • Play
  • 2pm (45 mins)
  • 3-5 & 7-12 Aug 2012
  • Dance Base
  • 10
A Corpo Libero / The Woman Who Wanted To Be Funny. Copyright: Avalon Television.

Show details

Play starring Silvia Gribaudi that was performed at Dance Base at 2pm for 45 minutes, on the following days in August 2012.

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Venue details

22: Dance Base

Alternative performances

A Corpo Libero is Silvia Gribaudi's ironic look at the female condition through the joyful fluidity of the body. A Corpo Libero is 'a manifesto for emancipation. It's beautifully, minutely-observed. It's uplifting, charming, intoxicating and elevating' (Duncan Keegan). This is presented alongside Curious Seed's stand-up dance performance. Award-winning choreographer Christine Devaney and musician Luke Sutherland pull each other into a familiar state of spacious melancholy, but now there's a woman who wants to be funny... 'If we can't laugh, we might not stop crying' (Herald).