*bro.mance* (n, informal) A close but nonsexual relationship between two men. [c21: a blend of bro(ther) + romance]
Bromance is a dance work about the antics of mens relationships. From childhood mischief through to adult relations, brotherhood is a lifelong negotiation of trust and honour laden with competition and responsibility. Brotherly love has a huge impact on mens lives and their understanding of love.
Inspired by co-choreographers Alisdair Macindoe and Adam Synnotts experiences of brotherhood, Bromance is a trip into the psyche of two twenty-something-year-old brothers travelling through a minefield of nostalgia on a road to manhood.
Alisdair Macindoe: Director; choreographer; performer; sound designer; lighting designer
Adam Synnott: Choreographer; performer; video effect designer; lighting designer
Lee Serle: Dancer
Jay Robinson: Dancer
Paula Levis: Costume Design
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