Rainbow Vomit is a spectacular work involving 7.6 kilometres of UV rope, mind-bending choreography and ‘fireworks glasses’- magical glasses made from holographic diffraction film, which refract light and generate zillions of rainbows.
Welcome to a place where anything is possible, everything can happen, and much more than colour erupts from the darkness. A place where creatures from afar morph in the shadows in an ever-changing landscape of bewilderment and wonder.
Rainbow Vomit is an immersive work designed for young audiences and kids of all ages... And yes, there are unicorns…
Created by Kyle Page and Amber Haines
Dancenorth is a contemporary dance company based in Townsville, Tropical North Queensland making outstanding, bold, new critically acclaimed work. As a major champion of the arts Dancenorth balances a dynamic regional presence with a commitment to creating compelling professional contemporary dance that tours the globe.
Dancenorth is a collaborative and creative hub for choreographic development and research that makes a significant contribution to cultural development by valuing and supporting risk and innovation as a means of extending dance as an art form.
Under the Artistic Direction of Kyle Page, Dancenorth delivers an ambitious and far-reaching program of engagement including the creation and presentation of new work, national and international touring, development opportunities for local dancers and choreographers and national and international residencies and exchanges.
Direction / Choreography
Kyle Page and Amber Haines
Performers / Choreography
Harrison Hall, Mason Kelly, Jennie Large, Ashley McLellan and Georgia Rudd
Lighting and Set Design