Thursday July 27, 2017

Where have all the flowers gone?

Eden Dance opens the lid on the stigma of postnatal depression with a new Melbourne contemporary dance performance tackling depression through dance. Where Have All The Flowers Gone? is dance art that whispers truth to the soul, finding colour in the dark. Renowned Melbourne choreographers Colette MacLaren (Jason Coleman’s Australian Dance Awards, 1st Place Australian Choreographic Awards, Tombola Adelaide Fringe) and Hayley Thompson (Remnant Dance, Polarity Melbourne Fringe 2011, National Portrait Gallery Choreographer) collaborate in this pivotal new work bringing dignity to the true stories of survivors of depression.

WHERE HAVE ALL THE FLOWERS GONE? A new contemporary dance production tackling depression through dance performed by Eden Dance at Theatre Works, Acland Street St. Kilda from the 17th to the 21st February.

Performed by a company of six, Where Have All The Flowers Gone? is an intimate and honest conversation through dance, bringing dignity to the stories of those who have journeyed through post-natal depression and those heroes who walk alongside sufferers of depression. Delving into the steadfast bonds of sisterhood, Flowers embraces the truth behind the struggle and celebrates the beauty of bringing the colour back.


VENUE: Theatre Works, 14 Acland Street, St. Kilda
DATES: 17th – 21st February

TIMES: Wednesday 17th – Saturday 20th 8.00pm with Mums & Bubs Family Friendly Matinee shows Saturday 20th 2.00pm & Sunday 21st 5.00pm
TICKETS: Tickets available at or by calling 9534 3388. $20 Conc / $25 Adult.

CONTACT: For all inquiries contact Cale MacLaren (Producer) 0414 643 077 e:
PERFORMED BY: Anni Ha, Colette MacLaren, Hayley Thompson, Hannah Rushton-Smith, Rachel Vogel, Hadassah Wallis
SOUND DESIGN: Roderick Price

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