The 605 Collective makes their ADF debut this year in a rollicking performance of Audible (2009), a dynamic full-length work that examines human interaction and connection in our increasingly technology-driven world. The company hails from Vancouver, Canada, and draws from a myriad of kinetic languages to create their powerful, athletic style.
Above, The 605 Collective Co-Director Josh Martin discusses the company’s collaborative approach to choreography and what they look forward to during their first ADF experience this summer.
The 605 Collective perform tonight, Saturday, June 15th through Monday, June 17th at Reynolds Industries Theater at Duke University. For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit the ADF website.