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Australian Choreographic Ensemble imprint [picture] / Bluetree Design Group
Bib ID 5334016
Format PicturePicture
Author
Bluetree Design Group
 
Description [Australia] : Australian Choreographic Ensemble, [1993] 
1 poster (2 parts) : col. ill. ; 60 x 42 cm. 
Summary

Shows a photograph of approximately ten people standing or crouching on a road. Predominantly purple and orange with black and white.

Performer Australian Choreographic Ensemble 
Notes

"Concept and direction by Paul Mercurio. A powerful new dance theatre work by four of Australia's hottest new choreographers Carolyn Hammer, Paul Mercurio, Stephen Page, & Jan Pinkerton..".

"June 9 to 27".

Catalogue record generated as part of a batch load.

Subjects Australian Choreographic Ensemble -- Posters.  |  Dance companies -- Australia -- Posters.  |  Modern dance -- Australia -- Posters.
Other authors/contributors Mercurio, Paul, 1963-
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