BROMANCE is a dance work about the antics of men’s relationships. From childhood mischief through to adult relations, brotherhood is a lifelong negotiation of trust and honour laden with competition and responsibility. Brotherly love has a huge impact on men’s lives and their understanding of love.

Art Exhibition previously on at 2010 Next Wave Festival in Melbourne precinct, Victoria, Australia.
From Wednesday 26 May 2010 to Sunday 30 May 2010

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Published by 2010 Next Wave Festival on Tuesday 20 April 2010.
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bro.mance (n, informal) A close but nonsexual relationship between two men. [c21: a blend of bro(ther) + romance]

Inspired by co-choreographers Alisdair Macindoe and Adam Synnott’s experiences of brotherhood, BROMANCE is a trip into the psyche of two twenty-something-year-old brothers travelling through a minefield of nostalgia on a road to manhood.

This project is part of the 2010 Next Wave Festival’s Dance Program. Click HERE to read more about it.

Supporters: City of Melbourne, Arts House, Arts Victoria, Australia Council for the Arts, Performance Space, Lucy Guerin Inc

BROMANCE was co-commissioned by Next Wave (through Kickstart 2009), Lucy Guerin Inc and Performance Space, produced by Lucy Guerin Inc

BROMANCE has been supported by Arts House, City of Melbourne, Lucy Guerin Inc, Performance Space, Arts Victoria and the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.

View the website for performance times and locations.