1. The Teds
Choreography: Kim Noble
Dancers: All MYDC and MCDC members
Watch out, The Teds are in town & they're ready to SHAKE, RATTLE and ROLL with the punches…’‘The Teds’ is a dance theatre performance drawing inspiration from the 1950s gangs and their rebellious attitude of Rock and Roll.
Watch as this sharply dressed, suited and booted, gang of youths kick off a teenage revolution! Rebelling out of the hard times and transforming into rock icons these gangs are whipping up a frenzy and hysteria from their adoring fans!....absolutely no autographs please!
Road to Banyon by Nick Cave
Shakin' all over by The Guess Who
Frankie's got a Quiff by Crazy Caravan
We are the Teds by Furious
Juke box score and text arrangement by Francis Naughton
Walk like a Man by Frankie Valley and the Four seasons
Sherry by Frankie Valley and the Four seasons
Great Balls of Fire by Jerry Lee Lewis
Ready Teddy by Little Richard
Tutti Fruitti by Little Richard
2. From Point One
Choreography and Dancers: Mollie Jenkins, Daisy Jenkins, Eve Jenkins and Freya Engel
Together from one point to our final show as one.
Our senior group have choreographed their own work, mentored by Kim Noble. These four dancers have been with us for over 10 years and its been an absolute pleasure to watch them develop and grow as dancers but also as people, they are all wonderful and we are very proud of them.
Music: Deadman by Shackleton
3. Home Time
Choreography: Alex Marshall Parsons
Exploring the ups and down of office working during the lockdown and what happened when the world stopped.
All good folks & Soundroll.
Film / Edit by Alex Marshall Parsons
4. The Way our Story Goes
Choreography: Sam Amos
Dancers: MYDC seniors, juniors and intermediate groups
Sam Amos utilises MYDC’s talent in The Way Our Story Goes, a piece that combines a highly physical and expressive movement style with the company’s passion and spontaneity.
The Way Our Story Goes uses dance as a means to explore individuality, and examine what we can misinterpret or fail to understand about one another - the piece is inspired by the idea that every side to a story is worth listening too.
The Way Our Story Goes is also underpinned by aims to improve the mental wellbeing in young people as we continue to transition out of lockdown, and provide an environment for people to come together, move, and work creatively towards a common goal.
By The Sea I Will Stay Forever - The Mermen
Untitled 1 - Ocelote Rojo
Gabriels Dance - Silencio
Gabor Szabo - Three King Fishers
Kingdom Of D'mt - Karl Hector & The Malcouns
5. Where do we go from here
Choreography: Jack Philp
Dancers: MYDC Seniors
The work is fuelled by the spirit of connection and thinking about what that means for us in todays world. Our practice in the studio was informed by technology and how we connect through data, as well as reflecting over the irreplaceable energy of touch and shared spaces. Here, in this work, we meet, reconnect and dance together again.
R.SEILIOG; ‘Mind Garden’
R.SEILIOG; ’22 Onnen’