I AM – LONDON FRINGE PREVIEW & EDINBURGH FRINGE FESTIVAL 2015

I AM – LONDON FRINGE PREVIEW & EDINBURGH FRINGE FESTIVAL 2015

LCP Dance Theatre is back at Edinburgh Fringe 2015 with a premiere of “I AM”

“I AM” IS A NEW MULTIMEDIA DANCE PRODUCTION FROM THE AWARD WINNING LCP DANCE THEATRE. IT IS A SEQUEL TO THEIR PREVIOUS HIT SHOW “AM I”

‘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.” ‘***** Threeweeks Edinburgh Fringe 2013 (on “AM I”)

Their bodies seemed to inhale air and exhale this choreography, it came to them with such ease and you could feel the energy breathing from them” **** Broadway Baby Edinburgh Fringe 2014 (on ” AM I”)

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LONDON FRINGE PREVIEW 7 AND 8TH AUGUST 2015, 8PM AT BLUE ELEPHANT THEATRE

EDINBURGH FRINGE FESTIVAL 23-31ST AUGUST 2015, 5.20pm   THEATRE SPOTLITES @ THE MERCHANTS’ HALL 

PRESS ON “I AM”:              DZIENNIK POLSKI             POLISH CULTURAL INSTITUTE

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PRESS RELEASE ED Fringe 2015 “I AM” LCP

After the success of “AM I” (nominated for the Amnesty International award for the best human rights based performance).at the 2013 and 2014 Edinburgh Fringe Festivals, LCP Dance Theatre is back with a new dance production “I AM”. LCP Dance Theatre draws awareness to human rights violations through dance and explores the sensual and spiritual journey of recovery for a trafficked victim.

“Am I” explored how victims of sexual exploitation were robbed of their identity and is based on the true story of a victim of human trafficking – Sophie Hayes – author of “Trafficked”.

“I Am” seeks to explore the challenges facing victims on their road to recovery – through therapy and the support of loved ones. It tells the story of how they re-discover their stolen identities – inspired by the true  story of a couple who fell in love in their teens, and after some life changing experiences found each other again in their 70’s; This leads to them being able to finally forgive their abusers and reintegrate back into  normal society.

LCP’s 2011 remarkable production “Rights(?)” was sponsored by the BBC, in collaboration with the African dance company Tavaziva Dance. LCP Dance Theatre was formed in 2006 and is led by Polish Artistic Director Joanna Puchala who is now based in London. It is a multi-media and multi-ethnic dance company that uses live performance and film to raise awareness of human rights violations.

CHOREOGRAPHY & ARTISITC DIRECTION: Joanna Puchala

PERFORMERS:  Miranda-Chantal Ode, Rachel Elderkin, Deana Indraccolo, Gennaro Lasco, Joanna Puchala

FILM: Laura Jean Healey, Michael Clements VIDEO TRAILER: Daniela Kitchiner   PR & MARKETING: Lidhka Inga PHOTOGRAPHY: Mariusz Milkowski

SPECIAL THANKS TO: EDINBURGH FRINGE FESTIVAL SATFF; SPOTLITES @ MERCHANTS’ HALL STAFF (Rachel Thomson-King); LESOCO STAFF (Lisa Stubbs, Emily Phelps); Roberto Parmiggiano, Roger Manser, Peter Searles, Lidhka Inga 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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