Woman Stood Regardless
PREMIERE Project Arts Centre, April 4 and 5, 2014
TOUR Firkin Crane (Cork), Apr 6, Siamsa Tíre (Tralee), April 11, 2014
RUNNING TIME 90 mins
‘Catherine Young Dance is forcing me to reconsider my position on an art form I previously thought had escaped me, it has now engulfed me. Go and see it for the beauty and the pain.’ — Joseph Kearny (No More Workhorse)
‘If you were under the impression that the continued campaign for gender equality is an exaggeration, this production will smack you back to reality.’ — Chris McCormack (Musings in Intermission)
Woman Stood Regardless was inspired by the true stories of the remarkable women with whom Young worked with at a refuge in Kerry. Featuring a powerful all-female cast of international dancers, the piece explores how much we, as humans, can endure in a lifetime. Woman Stood Regardless finds out what gives us the strength and capacity to keep going, to get back up when everything has fallen apart.
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Director / Choreographer
in collaboration with:
Original Music Score
Deirdre Griffin, Ivonne Kalter, Lucia Kickham and Mariam Ribon
The Arts Council, Kerry County Council, Siamsa Tíre, Dance Limerick, Dance Ireland, Project Arts Centre and Firkin Crane Theatre.