Co-directed by Frauke Requardt & David Rosenberg
Designed by Börkur Jónsson
Composition and Sound Design by Ben and Max Ringham
Lighting Design by Natasha Chivers
Dramaturgy by Ruth Little
Built by Urban Space Management and Fuel at Trinity Buoy Wharf

Dancers (2011)
Neil Callaghan
Fred Gehrig
Valentina Golfieri
Kate Jackson/Makiko Aoyama
Sebastian Kurth
Michela Meazza
Margarita Zafrilla Olayo

Dancers (2010)
Neil Callaghan
Gavin Coward
Valentina Golfieri
Kate Jackson
Michela Meazza
Ryen Perkins-Gangnes
Margarita Zafrilla Olayo

Choreography in collaboration with the dancers

Costume Designer Ellan Parry
Scenic Supervisor Peter Arnold
Production Electricians Peter Harrison, Rachel Bowen, Nathaniel Seekins
Stage Manager Anna Matthews
Bar Manager Rebecca Kilgariff
Produced by Fuel

Commissioned by Sadler’s Wells and Without Walls
Funded by Arts Council England and a Wellcome Trust Arts Award
Supported by the Jerwood Charitable Foundation and the Royal Victoria Hall Foundation
Research supported by Jerwood Studio at Sadler’s Wells and the UCL
Ear Institute. Subsidised rehearsal space provided by Jerwood Space
Developed at Cove Park
London 2010 performances originally supported by Bloomberg

For Fuel:
Directors Louise Blackwell and Kate McGrath
Production Manager Stuart Heyes
Producer Christina Elliot
General Manager Rebecca Hanna-Grindall
Deputy Production Manager Ian Moore
Project Managers Alice Massey and Jenny Paton
Administrator Rosalind Wynn
Assistant production manager Vicky Adamczyk
Assistant producer Natalie Dibsdale
Project manager (Clore Leadership placement) Isabel Mortimer

Fuel would like to thank the following for their help with this production:
Jonathan Ashmore, Gemma Brockis, Kevin Burgess at Audio Design solutions, Meroë Candy, Richard Couldrey, Camden Council, Russell Carr, Zekan Cemal, Susanna Dietz, Silent Disco London, Julian Forrester, Fuel’s Catalysts,
Daniel Hubble, Martin King, Kings Cross Central, Kieran and Tom @ Kiwi Carpentry, Michalis Kokkoliadis, Richard Lee, Anton Leckey, Shonagh Manson,
David McAlpine, Jonathan C. M. McLeod, Liz McGrath, Maurice O’Halloran, Paint Plus, Charlie Page, Zoe Parsons, Alan Pearson, Ian Rimington, Paul Roughton, George Tomlinson, Steve Tompkins, Manuel Vason, Halli Volvo, Jeremy Walker, Stuart Willcocks.



Fuel (producer)
Fuel produces fresh work for adventurous people by inspiring artists. Founded in 2004 and led by Louise Blackwell and Kate McGrath, Fuel is a producing organisation which works in partnership with some of the most exciting theatre artists in the UK to develop, create and present new work for all. Fuel is currently producing work with Will Adamsdale, Clod Ensemble, Inua Ellams, Fevered Sleep, The Future Is Unwritten, David Rosenberg, Sound&Fury, Will Tuckett, Uninvited Guests and Melanie Wilson.

Sadler’s Wells (co-commissioner)
Sadler’s Wells is the UK’s leading venue for dance, bringing the widest forms of world-class international and UK dance to London audiences. A well established producing house under the Artistic Directorship of Alistair Spalding, the theatre’s acclaimed programme spans cutting edge contemporary dance, tango, flamenco, street dance and more, including award-winning Sadler’s Wells Productions. The research programme Jerwood Studio at Sadler’s Wells provides artists time and space to explore new ideas, and supported the initial research of Electric Hotel in 2008 and 2009. Now in its sixth year, over 75% of Jerwood Studio research projects go on to be produced, and there are eight productions in the Sadler’s Wells programme this year alone that have developed through this route.

Without Walls (co-commissioner)
Without Walls is a consortium of 8 of the UK’s most strategically significant outdoor arts festivals. Over the last 4 years Without Walls has been breaking new ground in the development and creation of outdoor arts in the UK. Without Walls’ exciting commissioning opportunities for UK artists are helping raise the bar for free and accessible outdoor arts, demonstrating that excellence and engagement can go hand in hand.

Urban Space Management (construction)
Urban Space Management is known for the economic renewal of run down or under utilised space for retail, workshop and community uses. This is achieved in imaginative and cost effective ways, including the interim use of land pending development. A consultant, developer, manager and investor, working with central and local government and many construction and development organisations throughout the UK, the company brings a resourceful approach to problem sites. Past work includes the creation and development of Camden Lock Market, Spitalfields Market, Gabriel’s Wharf and Greenwich Market. Current projects: Elephant and Castle Market and Trinity Buoy Wharf in Docklands as well as the continued development of its innovative Container City buildings. To date Urban Space Management Ltd has successfully used the Container City system to create classrooms, office space, sports halls, nurseries, community centres, theatres, artist studios, retail space, live / work space, sound recording studios and a General Practice.

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