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Fleshy Thud

Fleshy Thud

Ripple Effect
By Esther Vincent with Max Price and Ryan Kerr
December 16th, 2011 at 6pm
Gordon Best Theatre
Tickets $5 or pay-what-you-can, at the door

This is the second version of Ripple Effect, following its initial development phase as part of Public Energy's Alternating Currents program in 2008. With a soundtrack and direction by Esther Vincent, Ripple Effect is a haunting performance for two men (Ryan Kerr and Max Price), exploring the battle between the conscious and the subconscious.
Fueled by Public Energy, Black Honey, and the OAC.

 

Bare Essentials
Peterborough artists

January 15, 2012 at 2pm
The Market Hall.
Tickets pay-what-you-can, at the door

Last staged in 2005, Fleshy Thud is excited to reinstate this important event: a low-tech showcase of new dance and movement works-in-progress from Peterborough artists. The shutters on the expansive Market Hall windows are pulled back to let the afternoon winter sun throw its light on new creations.

Check out Fleshy Thud's weekly dance class

Fleshy Thud is a dance and movement-based-theatre collective operating in Peterborough founded by Ryan Kerr in 2008. Fleshy Thud aims to promote new artistic works of excellence by artists from the Peterborough area and believes in taking performance outside of traditional venues as often as possible. When words fail, dance begins...
www.fleshythud.ca