Propel Dance – UK’s first all-wheelchair skilled dance firm presents ‘The Snow Queen’

Propel Dance – a brand-new, Birmingham-based, skilled all wheelchair-user dance firm is premiering the corporate’s first ever stay performances with The Snow Queen.

The Snow Queen guarantees to be fascinating and enthralling for all of the household (ages 5+) and focuses on the origins of the queen who brings limitless winters.

The manufacturing is a recent retelling by means of music and motion, based mostly on the Hans Christian Anderson authentic story, delivered to life by a gifted firm {of professional} wheelchair dancers.

Propel Dance The Snow Queen

Led by an all-female management crew, the corporate was instigated and based by Helen Mason, a Birmingham-based Dance Artist with a monitor document of creating dance for and with disabled folks for over twenty years.

Creative Director Helen Mason mentioned, “We care deeply about fairness and equality of
alternative. It’s why we exist. There are few skilled alternatives for wheelchair dancers, and we need to be that change; to create one thing that permits development and inspiration to the longer term generations. We stand for compassion, inclusion, and illustration all through our dance tasks and alternatives. Guided by our shared values, Propel Dance hopes to encourage, lead and propel change in skilled wheelchair dance.”

Propel Dance The Snow Queen

Dancer Rebecca Fowler mentioned, “I’m very excited to work with Propel Dance and be a part of this ground-breaking venture. Wheelchair dancers have been a part of inclusive dance firms earlier than, however I’m desperate to work in an all-wheelchair-user dance firm and be taught collectively as we create the present. I hope it will create many extra alternatives for wheelchair dancers and be the primary of many reveals for the corporate.”

Propel Dance The Snow Queen

To seek out out extra go to: Propel Dance

Dates & Venues:
The Previous Library, Mansfield – Friday 14 April
Midlands Arts Centre (MAC), Birmingham – Sunday 23 April
Area Theatre, Wolverhampton – Thursday 27 April