Cut the Sky review – angry and political story told through dance and theatre

Sydney Opera House, Sydney festival
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Cut the Sky opens with a scene that would not be out of place in Warwick Thornton’s Samson and Delilah. There’s a makeshift camp of flimsy dome tents, characters wearing scraps of clothing made out of stripy hessian bags and grimey high-vis vests.

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Source: Guardian Dance News

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