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The World's Smallest Stage

The World's Smallest Stage

OCTOBER 1-2, 2:00 pm* & 8:00 pm
The Odeon, Norwood

(*Friday Only)

ADT, in collaboration with Kurruru Arts and Culture Hub and Restless Dance Theatre, alongside some of South Australia’s leading independent choreographers and musicians, present The World’s Smallest Stage.

The World’s Smallest Stage is a collaborative project with, ten choreographers matched with twelve dancers and ten composers to create a series of new dance works, between 5-10 minutes’ each. Each new dance piece is confined to 2m x 2m (perfect for rehearsing in a lounge room), referencing social distancing regulations that have become a major part of our lives.

The idea was conceived by Garry Stewart, ADT’s Artistic Director, as a direct response to the limitations that arts companies and artists are facing during the current public health crisis.

Although the creative development for this project has progressed in insolation, we are sharing the final performances for a very special limited season.

The World's Smallest Stage artists:

Tobiah Booth-Remers
Felicity Boyd
Thomas Fonua
Lina Limosani
Gina Rings, Artistic Director, Kurruru Arts and Culture Hub
Michelle Ryan, Artistic Director, Restless Dance Theatre
Kaine Saltan-Babij
Adrienne Semmens
Matt Shilcock
Jo Stone

Dave Gibson (Space Bong)
Kiah Gossner
Dan Rankine (P.K.A Trials, A.B.Original)
Michael Ross from Electric Fields
Gabriella Smart
Mario Späte (aka Badcop)
Neon Tetra
Bree Tranter
Anth Wendt/Oisima



The World’s Smallest Stage is generously supported by the Government of South Australia through the Department of the Premier and Cabinet, The Tanja Liedtke Foundation and Music SA, and is proudly presented by Henschke and Harlequin Floors.



The Odeon - 57a Queen Street, Norwood SA 5067

Wheelchair/accessible spots and Companion cards available. Please contact Australian Dance Theatre on 08 8373 7733 to purchase.
Warnings - recommended for ages 12+. Includes haze, strobe and loud noises.