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Emma Martin / United Fall

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Led by dance maker Emma Martin, United Fall's work is known for its ambitious multidisciplinary work of a highly visual and atmospheric nature.

Emma began creating shows in 2010, following a sabbatical as a ballet dancer during which she obtained a degree in Drama and Theatre Studies and Russian from Trinity College, Dublin. 

She creates work that often combines dance, live music, theatre and distinct visual universes, always with the raw expression of dance as it’s driving force. 

Recent works include: Night Dances (2021, co-production with Dublin Theatre Festival), I AM IRELAND (2020 RTE/ Culture Night Commission) Birdboy (2019), Orfeo ed Euridice (Irish Tour 2019, Galway International Arts Festival 2018), Girl Song (Noorderzon Performing Arts Festival (Groningen) 2018, Dublin Theatre Festival 2017. A co-production with both festivals), Dancehall (a co-production with Dublin Theatre Festival 2015), Tundra (a commission from Dublin Dance Festival, in a co-production with Centre de Développement Chorégraphique, Toulouse 2014).

United Fall is Associate Artist both at Visual Centre for Contemporary Art and of Dance Ireland and receives strategic funding from the Arts Council. 

Recent productions Emma has collaborated on include: The First Child (by Enda Walsh & Donnacha Dennehy, Irish National Opera / Landmark Productions) Arlington (by Enda Walsh Landmark Productions/ Galway International Arts Festival 2016, Abbey Theatre, St. Ann's Warehouse), Danse, Morob (Olwen Fouéré/ The Emergency Room 2017), Taming of the Shrew (Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre 2016), Romeo & Juliet (Gate Theatre, Dublin 2015), Luck Just Kissed You Hello (HotForTheatre/ Galway International Arts Festival 2015), Teh Internet is a Serious Business (Tim Price, Royal Court 2014).



Episode 10

Wandering Rocks

Emma Martin / United Fall

December 2022

#dance #soundscape #film
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