DANCE CREW ON A CULTURAL EXCHANGE TO JAPAN
BEMAC is proud to be supporting the dance crew from Keystone Community Hub in Logan on the cultural exchange project Confusion Inclusion with Popeye disability services in Nagoya Japan.
Popeye is a town development “MO-YA-CO TOWN” which assists people with a disability to live independently. A city where you can share with each other promoting the empowerment of people, values and the possibilities that arise.
Popeye has invited the Logan based Keystone Dance Crew to travel to Nagoya to participate in the new iteration of the Confusion Inclusion dance theatre performance February 2020. Through RASN funding, Keystone Dance Crew were able to employ Megan White (a professional Butoh performer) to help the group create The Magic Pool piece which they will perform in Nagoya.
8 mixed ability Logan Keystone dancers will collaborate and inspire the audience with the Popeye dance crew, empowering people with a disability to live proactively and creatively.