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MEAT — Dance Plant Collective

An Auckland Fringe Festival favourite that explores the social and environmental implications of meat consumption through dance.
By Tom Clift
September 10, 2018
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MEAT — Dance Plant Collective

An Auckland Fringe Festival favourite that explores the social and environmental implications of meat consumption through dance.
By Tom Clift
September 10, 2018
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The meat industry is on the chopping block in this thought-provoking dance piece at the this year's Melbourne Fringe. Presented by New Zealand company Dance Plant Collective in collaboration with Dutch choreographer Tui Hofmann, MEAT invites audiences to chew on the social and  environmental implications of meat consumption through the medium of contemporary dance and physical theatre. Hope you're feeling hungry.

Dance Plant won the Best Newcomer Award at the Auckland Fringe Festival back in March, and will stage the show in Melbourne for three nights only on September 28, 29 and 30.

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