Dancing up a tree. On a sculpture. Underwater. Underground.
Enjoy 12 contemporary dance works in the tranquil tropical garden at Rimbun Dahan. Family friendly, FREE ENTRY for all!
Saturday 31 January
Sunday 1 February [same program on both days]
Km 27 Jalan Kuang
Selangor 48050. MAP
Remember mosquito repellent and an umbrella! Bring your own picnic, or purchase snacks at intermission.
++ Indian classical dance stars Rathimalar Govindarajoo and January Low in their intimate duet rehab, a hit from the Tari ’14 Festival
++ Mia Cabalfin and Rhosam Prudenciado Jr. from the Philippines welcome you to a Filipino house / Japanese house / Malay house from Penang.
++ Best friends forever and partners in crime, performed by Nurulakmal Abdul Wahid’s students from University Pendidikan Sultan Idris
++ Joelle Jacinto dances you through Jack Kek‘s vision of a day in Berlin, in the midst of a tropical jungle
++ The dancers of Batari Shakti let down their hair in a ritual purification with the sacred number seven, with Alla Azura Abal Abas as their guide
++ Alisya Razman Adam and Chong Hoei Tzin combine youth and skill in romantic solos choreographed by Patrick Suzeau [USA]
++ Three guys and three beds will always be a work-in-progress, by Lee Ren Xin
++ Colours lead you on a journey of rebirth, with Rithaudin Abdul Kadir, Foo Chiwei and Pinar Sinka
++ Mermaid meets monkey from classical myth, in a duet by Shahrin Johry from Maya Dance Theatre [Singapore] and Phittaya Phaefuang [Thailand]
++ A group of friends who might just be pretending to be dancers, led by Leng Poh Gee
++ And what are we apart from names and numbers? Judimar Hernandez, Gan Chih Pei & James Kan explore.
Special Guests (One Day Only)
++ Lim Sae Min takes everyone in a circle, hand-to-hand! [Saturday only]
++ Selipar Dance Troupe turns every place into a stage, under the leadership of Loke Soh Kim [Sunday only]
Dancing in Place is a joint project of Rimbun Dahan and MyDance Alliance.
For more information, contact Bilqis Hijjas, Producer, +6017 310 3769 or
For more information, see the Rimbun Dahan website.