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"Visually striking and infused with an exuberant energy, Divine Madness is something of a wild, bittersweet joy" - Chris O'Rourke, The Arts Review

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"Inventions is driven by the sense of falling, of moment-to-moment normality swept away in a self-consuming emotional vortex... The dancing from the entire cast is always laser-focused and impressively committed" - Michael Seaver, The Irish Times

"Highly original and exploratory... every minute of the show is a reminder of the versatility, adaptability, resilience, discipline and strength of singers and dancers" - No More Workhorse

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"A full-throated and full-bodied exploration of the physicality of the operatic soprano" - Michael Seaver, The Irish Times

Ranging from simplicity of Mary Nunan to poetic angst of Mufutau Yusuf… to infectious rhythms of Liam O Scanlain… to wild fantasy-inducing people-forest of John Scott” - Wendy Perron, Dance Magazine


IMDT participated in Cafe La MaMa 


New York’s legendary La MaMa, is running weekly live performances that experiment with form.  Responding to calls for social isolation, Café La MaMa Live brings La MaMa's 1960s café aesthetic to a virtual platform that links performers and audiences in real time across distance. Guest curators each week give artists a digital platform to share their work with the world. IMDT, who have performed and developed numerous works at La MaMa, performed via livelab in CAFE LA MAMA TAKE 4, April 28th

"Sheltering in NickyLand" Hosted by Nicky Paraiso with Pearse Redmond
Yoshiko Chuma (East Village), Dael Orlandersmith (East Village),
John Scott (Ireland), Paz Tanjuaquio (California), Justin Hicks (The Bronx)  

Watch John Scott perform ‘Heroes, a socially distancing fragment’ 

© 2018 John Scott Dance | Irish Modern Dance Theatre

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