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Deep end Dance

Numeridanse.tv 2010 - Director : Horgan, Conor

Choreographer(s) : Bolger, David (Ireland)

Present in collection(s): Numeridanse.tv

Video producer : IDILL

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Deep end Dance

Numeridanse.tv 2010 - Director : Horgan, Conor

Choreographer(s) : Bolger, David (Ireland)

Present in collection(s): Numeridanse.tv

Video producer : IDILL

en fr

Deep end Dance

A fully dressed man is pushed into a swimming pool by his mother. He brushes himself off and starts dancing underwater, always aware that she's watching. After a while she joins him, and they play out the story of their relationship through the underwater dance.

Bolger, David

David is the Co-Founder and Artistic Director of CoisCéim Dance Theatre. Over the past 20 years he has directed the Company to gain international recognition. His collaborations with director Trevor Nunn at the National Theatre, London include "The Relapse", Tom Stoppard’s "The Coast Of Utopia", "Love’s Labour’s Lost" and Nick Hytner’s production of "The Man Of Mode".

For Druid Theatre Company David has collaborated with director Garry Hynes on the award winning "Synge Cycle" and "The Silver Tassie" and was an Associate Director for Druid Murphy. In 2012 David was Choreographer and Movement Director on the world premier of James Joyce’s "The Dead" adapted by Frank McGuinness and directed by Joe Dowling.

David has also collaborated with director Joe Dowling on a number of occasions at the Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis, most recently co-directing the acclaimed "Midsummer" with Dowling.  

David was Musical Stager and Choreographer for Cameron Mackintosh’s production of Martin Guerre, which toured the UK and USA in 1999/ 2000. In 2013 he was Musical Stager and Choreographer for "Heartbeat of Home", from the producers of "Riverdance".

David made his Opera Direction debut in 2004 with Gluck’s "Orfeo. In 2007, David was elected to membership of Aosdána.

Source: CoisCéim Dance Theatre 's website

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Horgan, Conor

Conor Horgan is an irish writer/ director and photographer. His first feature film One Hundred Morings received its US premiere at the Slamdance film Festival in January 2010. The New York Times called it an "intelligent, delicate debut" and it was described as "one of the very best Irish feature films of the last decade" by the Irish Times. The film went on to have a nationwide release across Ireland in May 2011.

Conor's most recent film is Deep End Dance, an multi award winning underwater dance piece. He is currently working on several drama projects. 


His first short film, The Last Time, starring Linda Bassett (East is East) won seven awards, including the United International Pictures Director Award and Best Irish Short at The Cork Film Festival. It went on to receive a nation-wide cinema release in Ireland and has been screened at many international festivals including Cannes, Clermont-Ferrand and Tampere.


Source : Conor Horgan website


More information : www.conorhorgan.com

Deep End Dance

Artistic direction / Conception : Conor Horgan

Choreography : David Bolger

Interpretation : David Bolger, Madge Bolger

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