DeNada Dance Theatre (choreographer Carlos Pons Guerra) is seeking male dancers with excellent classical and contemporary technique, with unique personalities, skills in character work and theatricality, for the creation and UK national tour of its new full-length narrative production, Toro: DeNada’s Beauty and the Bull, a surreal, gender questioning and postcolonial work inspired by Angela Carter's reading of Beauty and the Beast- The Tiger's Bride.
The creation will take place between 21st August - 22nd September 2017, at DanceXchange, Birmingham, with a further production and touring period between 26th February- May 2018.
The company is offering two professional contracts and two paid apprentice contracts: professional candidates must have a minimum of three years experience with a professional company, whilst apprentices must have a minimum of three years of vocational training in a recognised conservatoire.
Skills in acrobatics, circus and/or drag will be a bonus, but not necessary.
An audition, by invitation only, will take place at DanceXchange, Thorp Street, Birmingham (UK), on 30TH July 2017, from 10.30 am- 18.00. Selected candidates will be required to attend all day. For more information, and to apply, please send an email with an expression of interest (specifying what contract(s) you wish to apply for), current CV and video links of recent work to email@example.com, no later than July 25th. www.denada-dance.com
Professional and apprentice contracts offered at UK Equity rates and conditions, please enquire for details.
All funding is confirmed (creation and touring).
DeNada Dance Theatre, nominated for the 2016 UK Critics' Circle National Dance Awards in the category of 'Best Independent Company', is an exciting UK-based small/midscale company directed by choreographer Carlos Pons Guerra (UK Critics' Circle National Dance Awards nominee 2015, 'Best Emerging Artist'). Interested in subverting, exploring and exporting Hispanic/Latino culture in Britain and beyond, it creates darkly humorous, filmic work that questions gender, sexual and cultural expectations through kitschy theatricality and vigorous physicality.