AM I – Dance Stops Trafficking

AM I – Dance Stops Trafficking

LCP Dance Theatre  dance theatre production AM I inspired by the real story of a victim of human trafficking Sophie Hayes, the author of ‘TRAFFICKED’ Sunday Times Bestseller

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‘The stunning choreography, the impeccable execution and the power of the visual imagery is utterly paralysing. “Dance stops trafficking!” they advertise. For me, their dance stopped my heartbeat.” ‘THREE WEEKS’ EDINBURGH FRINGE 2013

 

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LCP Dance Theatre is back at Edinburgh Fringe 2014 with extended version of ‘AM I’75MIN

After a successful premiere of ‘AM I’ during the last year’s Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2013, LCP Dance Theatre is back with an extended version of ‘AM I’ including a new multinational cast of 7 performers: dancers and actors, music composed by talented Polish musician Sabio Janiak and text by well known Australian playwright Alex Broun.

This complex physical theatre performance draws awareness to human rights violations through dance and film. LCP’s ‘Am I’ finds its roots in the pain and struggle of human trafficking as inspired by the story of Sophie Hayes in her recent book “Trafficked.”

Hayes was a victim of the sex trade and trafficked by her boyfriend to Italy. In her harrowing biography, Hayes reminds us that anyone can find themselves in the same situation and “AM I” wishes to warn and to educate the public of this stark reality.  Each year 27 million women are trafficked worldwide, mainly for labor and sexual slavery; only 1% are rescued, yet, very few of us are aware of this terrible reality.

“AM I” explores the complicated tale of victim and trafficker wherein both are slaves: often the roles bleed into each other making it difficult to see the line between either identity. In “AM I,” the trafficker becomes victim and vice versa. This production involves pain and confusion as seen through the eyes of dance and flowing movement.  Vibrant, truthful and powerful, the performances are genuinely something different.

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CAST:

CHOREOGRAPHY&ARTISITC DIRECTION: Joanna Puchala MUSIC: Sabio Janiak PLAYWRIGHT: Alex Broun ACTING DIRECTION: Florence Kermet, Sara Montalvo FILM: Magdalena Kowalczyk VIDEO TRAILER: Michael Clements

PERFORMERS:

CAST I: Signhild Meen Wærsted, Heini Harjaluoma, Paolo Rosini, Naomi Peaston, Justyna Sochaj, Claire Victoria Lambert, Aleksandra Jakovic, Wayne Wallen, Naomi Peatson, Heidi Seppälä, Joelle Berger, Carola Bologna, Joanna Puchala

CAST II: Piotr Olszowski, Deana Indraccolo, Eleanor Palmer, Miranda Ode, Rossella Cutrupi, Florence Kermet, Joanna Puchala

FILM EDITTING: Daniela Kitchiner, Elizabeth Doonan, Lidhka Inga PR: Florence Kermet, Sophie Douglas PRESS: Roger Manser MARKETING: Lidhka Inga COSTUME DESIGN: Carlotta Actis Barone PHOTOGRAPHY: Gosia Wilda, Lidhka Inga

SPONSORSHIP: Roberto Parmiggiano, Patrick Flockhart (TRESHNISH), Roger Manser, Heather Mason (MINDED INSTITUTE), Zak Attar (ALCHEMY)

SPECIAL THANKS TO: EDINBURGH FRINGE FESTIVAL SATFF; SPOTLITES @ MERCHANTS’ HALL STAFF (Rachel Thomson-King);LESOCO STAFF (Lisa Stubbs,Laura Dobson, Denyse Gladyng); Minded Insitute (Heather Mason, Eve Cunningham Menezes);Treshnish (Patrick Flockhart); Birckbeck University (Maria Koripas);Heather Mason, Roberto Parmiggiano, Roger Manser, Lidhka Inga, Sara Montalvo, Nayesh Radia, Michael Ng, Chris Lees, and all LCP’s members, FRIENDS AND FAMILY without whom this project wouldn’t be possible to succeed. Thank you to all voluntaries who have committed fully to this work and offered their passion, love and remarkable knowledge.

 

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