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becoming witch

Charlie Ashwell is a London-based dance-artist who is currently developing a project in which she traces and invokes the figure of the witch” and re-casts her as a freelance dance artist. Charlie thinks, writes and performs deeply, and this week – at 4pm, Friday 4 July in Michaelis Studio – she is presenting a part of her project at Roehampton Dance with another dance-artist/witch Stephanie McMann.

Charlie’s blog is here: http://charlieashwell.wordpress.com.

I like the way she moves, thinks and talks, and I like how much she likes lists.

Up next responsibility and organisations I return to Melbourne pretty much each year to work on different projects and in the last 4 or 5 years in particular it’s clear that the scene is passing by I’m passing by the summer theatre at Hammersmith. I pause because I think I recognise one of the cast members. I’m immediately approached by an
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