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E=mc²

Elisha Willis and Joseph Caley in 'Energy'; photo: Bill Cooper

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E=mc˛



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E=mc˛

David Bintley’s new ballet, E=mc², promises to be an intriguing and exhilarating experience. Danced to a specially commissioned score by Australian composer Matthew Hindson, it explores Einstein's celebrated 'Special Theory of Relativity' in music and dance of breathtaking energy and speed.

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Approx 0 hours and 40 minutes

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Credits


Music Matthew Hindson
Choreography David Bintley
Costumes Kate Ford
Lighting Peter Mumford


World premiere




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