Dance powerfully in an uncertain world. Filmed solo on a Black Magic Cinema Camera MFT by Marcus Waterloo. Dancers: Maria Clara Irisarri and Malika Jones
As it couldn’t be any other way, we just need to dance everywhere, all the time. So we ventured into Southbank at 2AM for a bit of London fun!
This time performing a much more modern and street dance style inspired by the band Massive Attack and their edgy song, “Paradise Circus”. Dancers: Maria Clara Irisarri and Andre Regazzoni
The Place Theatre Life!
Life! was our World Premiere at "The Place Theatre" in London. Drawing from Clara’s experiences growing up in Argentina and travelling the world, the show explores a rollercoaster of emotions. From loss to new beginnings, temptation, death and freedom.
The performance puts emphasis on a dramatic characterisation, revealing the true essence of neo-classical ballet infused by Tango, live percussion and modern rhythms like House and Drum ‘n’ Bass.
This time Neo filled the brewery with mystery, fashion and neoclassical moves. In collaboration with Neoballet, there were the musicians, Metaverse, filmakers Platform DTV and photographer Valeriya Vygodnaya.
In this video, you can see just how spectacular Truman’s spaces are with a wide variety of structures to explore. From massive white warehouse spaces to rooftops and galleries. It has been a delight to shoot in this luxurious and iconic London destination.
Directed by Marcus Waterloo, and danced by Maria Clara Irisarri. This piece was filmed in Southwark, London.
Directed by Michelle Turriani and Marcus Waterloo, Anchored was produced around the theme of “Weight”. Dancer, Maria Clara Irisarri, and former dancer Roy Morton, performed a provocative piece in the interiors of the majestic Lightship 93 that is docked in the London Docklands.
Ballet inspired fashion shoot with abstract mood. Dancer: Maria Clara Irisarri
Interview: Maria Clara Irisarri
BY LAURA VILA
"I have to confess that when I was reading about your company I pictured you as being much older, but considering you started at such a young age, it makes sense that by now you have a promising company."