EIC Dance Theatre
Frontline' is a narrative dance piece inspired by true stories of girls currently working on the 116 highway in Brazil. The piece walks the audience through 4 individual stories. We watch four girls who are traded for the enjoyment of others turn their bodies from money making commodities, into self empowered instruments able to express and achieve their full potential.
EIC Dance Theatre seek partners and collaborators with passion to see dance used in an innovative way. Please contact:
We aim to RAISE AWARENESS and INSPIRE our audiences to stand up against Human Trafficking & Child prostitution. EDUCATE young people about the immediate signs of MODERN-DAY SLAVERY & BRING FREEDOM to victims through creative workshops.
Many opportunities to partake in a high energy, technical class. A combination of Release and Graham techniques, Infusing floor work & Jazz flavours. A truly unique opportunity to explore outside your comfort zone and grow as a dancer.
EIC Dance theatre is story telling dance company that
explores world issues, offers international exchanges for
both professional and amateur artists and presents dance
work that not only entertains but also provokes our audience
to stand up for positive change.
Sara Dos Santos (Artistic director of EIC Dance Theatre) will be sharing the inspiration behind Frontline and EIC's life changing trip to Brazil as part of State of Emengecy - Strategic Alliance for Black Dance.This DECEMBER 11th from 6.30 @ The Place - To find out more clickHERE
EIC Are proud to announce a new collaboration with ELLA'S HOME. Providing accommodation and after care for women who have been victims of modern day slavery, a way out of sexual exploitation. To find out more click HERE
Look out for upcoming company platforms during March-October 2015. A unique opportunity to watch Frontline and hear the truth behind modern day slavery all over the world. Join our mailing list today, click HERE