Fish Out of Water: MCDC Michaela Cisarikova Dance Company
Explore the fresh new world of Fish Out of Water, where music, dance and sculpture combine to create a unique, fun and interactive performance.
When: Sunday 25 September
Performances taking place at 11.30am and 2pm
Fish Out of Water is a fresh, family-friendly outdoor dance performance using hip hop, interactive sculptures & responsive music to explore themes of belonging, otherness, displacement & migrancy.
Follow the dancers as they find themselves in a strange new place and help them overcome bizarre, colourful obstacles. By the end of the show, you can help them build a home somewhere new and show them that whatever challenges we face, we are stronger together.
Set designed by Jyll Bradley. Perspex used in this performance has been upcycled from Bradley’s light installation Dutch/Light (2017), commissioned by Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust and Turner Contemporary in collaboration with Culture Kent.
MCDC is an international dance company collaborating worldwide with a collective of driven, creative, like-minded artists from different backgrounds.
MCDC’s mission is to challenge creativity; explore diversity of urban and contemporary styles and broaden audiences experience within dance.
MCDC was founded by Artistic Director and Choreographer Michaela Cisarikova in 2014 in London and started as a project based company, working on individual projects across the UK, Europe and Kenya.
Michaela always encourages dancers to share their individual techniques and practices to facilitate a collaborative and versatile creative process.