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Bob Dylan's blues harp will have a solo all of its own in Flect-Re-flect, the new multi-media work being created by Wellington composer Michelle Scullion and her company of musicians, singer-actors and dancers for the Wellington Fringe Festival in March. The harmonica was a personal gift to Scullion from the great man himself when he visited Wellington in during the 80s and they met back stage after a concert at Athletic Park. Scullion has been creating the songs for Flect-Re-flect using the poetry of the well-known New Zealand poet, the late Alan Brunton and the words of the late Sally Rodwell both of Red Mole Theatre as the basis for the lyrics. She wanted to pay special tribute to Brunton and decided to compose a solo that reflected Dylan's trade-mark harmonica-playing in his honour. The show is a fast 75 minutes of non-stop music and song all composed by Scullion and performed by some of Wellington's leading musicians and singers. In addition there will be dance, short monologues and scenes, together with projected film and imagery to reflect a variety of moods throughout the show. Scullion worked with the iconic Red Mole Theatre Company in its heyday - composing music, performing and creating a CD with the group. Flect-Re-flect commemorates their work and provides a modern take on some of the more extraordinary scenarios created by Brunton and Rodwell.
by Michelle Scullion , Based on the writings of Sally Rodwell And Alan Brunton
Circa Two, Wellington 01 Mar 2011
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75 minMusical Diversion
Male: 5  Female: 4  Other: -
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