Dyad 1929 by Wayne McGregor, music by Steve Reich
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Wayne McGregor — Choreographer, stage design
Lucy Carter — Scenography, lighting designer
Moritz Junge — Costume designer
Andrew Killian — Dancer
Rudy Hawkes — Dancer
Brett Chynoweth — Dancer
Daniel Gaudiello — Dancer
Ty King-Wall — Dancer
Adam Bull — Dancer
Dana Stephensen — Dancer
Lana Jones — Dancer
Leanne Stojmenov — Dancer
Robyn Hendricks — Dancer
Vivienne Wong — Dancer
Amber Scott — Dancer
Opera Australia Orchestra
A "total work of art in which every element is equally weighted and equally impressive" (Herald Sun), Wayne McGregor’s Dyad 1929—made for the Australian Ballet and featuring an electrifying score by Steve Reich—tests the limits of classical movement in a laboratory-white set.
Choreographed to Reich's Pulitzer Prize-winning Double Sextet, McGregor's beautifully modern work is inspired by Diaghilev's legendary Ballets Russes and their audacious drive to innovate during a period of rapid technological advances. Full of "kinetic excitement," it features multiple captivating figurations—from an "absorbing" female quartet to a solo by Daniel Gaudiello that the New York Times calls "the single finest dance … by Mr. McGregor."