Choreographer Wayne Parson's lastest work 'Out Late' will be available online early this December.
Out Late blends dance and theatre in Parsons' first crime drama for VOXED.
VOXED are part of Swindon Dance’s Commissions Programme. They are a dance theatre company creating work that is all about storytelling. They say their aim is to bring people together through the shared experience of dance, theatre, and film.
Out Late will be available to stream online from 2 - 8 December.
A spokesperson for the event said: "Out Late follows fiercely closeted Sebastian as he falls in love with ex-army officer Vinnie, a charming but volatile out-and-proud gay man.
"Sebastian tries to hide his new relationship whilst his wife Fifi secretly watches them fall in love. Unravelling Vinnie’s murder takes us through a twisted story of jealousy, shame, and manipulation.
"Filmed in-the-round with the audience on all four sides of the action, this dark, gritty work blends dance and theatre in the nation’s favourite genre of fiction: crime drama."
Out Late is created for VOXED by Wayne Parsons, and written by Ankur Bahl. It follows the pair’s critically acclaimed Vestige which The Observer described as ‘compelling and accomplished’.
The official trailer can be viewed below:
The estimated run time is 60 minutes and the piece is recommended for ages 14 and over.
Tickets are available through Swindon Dance at https://www.swindondance.org.uk/event/out-late-voxed/
Ticket prices range from £4 - £10 and aim to be accessible with a 'pay-what-you-can' scheme.
More information about Swindon Dance can be found at https://www.swindondance.org.uk/
More information about VOXED can be found at https://voxeddancetheatre.com/