Triplicity is Spark Youth Dance Company’s newest show, featuring contemporary works from three emerging choreographers at Melbourne’s Meat Market from April 6.

Spark Youth Dance Company is in its prime with more works and performances than ever before. The company—comprising of only savvy creatives from across the arts industry under the age of 25— come together to perform magic.

Spark Youth Dance Company’s artistic director Alex Dellaportas is charging the performance field by providing endless opportunities to budding young dancers, musicians, lighting designers, fashion designers and more. Now, she has given two lucky emerging choreographers a platform to perform their 20-minute pieces.

Triplicity is an evening of choreographic brilliance—where the young minds of choreographers  Jacinta Martorella and Tahlia Klugman showcase the inner workings of their imagination.

Recess, choreographed by Jacinta Martorella and performed by the Spark cast.

Jacinta Martorella will be premiering her contemporary piece Recess, which is a collection of ideas surrounding the word ‘play’. Underneath a world of entanglement lies the uncomplicated minds of our youth.

Sea Shadow, choreographed by
Tahlia Klugman and performed by the Spark cast.

Tahlia Klugman will be premiering her oceanic contemporary work Sea Shadow, which dives into the rippling sea landscape while playing with shades of light and darkness.

Weight, choreographed by Alex Dellaportas and performed by the Spark cast.

The other choreographic piece is created by Spark’s leading lady Alex Dellaportas. Her work ‘Weight’ explores the physical, mental and figurative idea of “weight” and how giving our weight to others causes us to lose ourselves in the process.

If you would like to see this inspirational and thought-provoking show, you can purchase tickets here.

TRIPLICITY – A TRIPLE BILL OF CONTEMPORARY DANCE Friday 6th April 7.30pm Saturday 7th April 1pm and 7.30pm

DURATION:  1 hour 20mins with two 10-minute intervals

TICKET PRICES: All seating for this event is General Admission. There are 20 tickets available for each show that give priority seating – these are $35.

Priority Seating: $35 General Admission: $30 Concession/Student: $25 Child 16 & under: $25 Group of 10: $20 each ($200)