Isadora: I Dance What I Am
  • Brighton Fringe

Passionate and unconventional, Isadora Duncan revolutionised the dance world and is known as "the mother of modern dance". Once described as "the most famous American in Europe", she dedicated her life to raising the importance of dance as an art form and her inspirational philosophy on dance still delivers a powerful message today. This new play includes re-imagined excerpts of her iconic dances, her thoughts on dance and life, and her personal struggle to reconcile Love and Art."A captivating production with a great blend of story and dance " (The Phoenix Theatre & Arts Centre)

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