Here are a few newly released photo’s of The People Pile’s Kirsty Green and I in action at ‘Dabber’s Brunch Club!’
Here are a few snaps of the costumes I made and designed in collaboration with Vivien Wilson for Arensky Chamber Orchestra/Lost Estate’s ‘The Great Christmas Feast’ (credit for set design and props goes to Darling and Edge)
This Christmas I’ve been working on the costumes for ‘Nutcracker and the Four Realms’ by Bompas and Parr!
This week I’ve been performing again with interactive dance company, The People Pile. This time for their Brunch Club!
Earlier this week I performed a venetian walkabout act for the folks over at Prangsta Costumiers! Photos below:
I’ve recently designed and made the costumes for Lost Estate/Arenksy Chamber Orchestra’s new immersive show, ‘The Great Christmas Feast’
Event details: https://thenudge.com/london-things-to-do/the-great-christmas-feast-2018/?fbclid=IwAR2dp0Wy0Ao0Zlf5I6tgjq9005LXk18B4GSWgl-3JbTX8SyxWjE8bF74x8Q
Photo’s to follow!
This weekend I had the pleasure of performing an interactive disco dancing act with The People Pile at Dabbers Bingo!
This week I appear in Darling and Edge’s immersive theatre feature in Luxos Magazine:
This weekend I performed an interactive walkabout act of a Southern Belle for Les Enfant Terribles at their annual Charity Ball in support of Pancreatic Cancer.
Last week I performed for interactive events company and immersive story tellers Reuben Feels… on their art installation in collaboration ‘Widow Series: Rebels’ with Veuve Clicquot. The event was curated by Tom Hingson and featured an array of sculptures, video art and live performance.
Our short fashion and dance film ‘Feeling Blue’ has been officially selected for Aesthetica Short Film Festival - look out for screenings!
This week I worked with Gingerline on their immersive event ‘The Institute of Flavourology’ playing Professor Astrid Newton! Photos below:
Hanson Leatherby dropped by this summer to take some photos of Lost Estate/Darling and Edge’s ‘Swan Lake: The Great Masked Ball’. Here are a few of my favourites:
Here are a few select pull quotes from the reviews our horror cabaret received at LHF last week:
‘Fascinating, funny and sad’ - 555/666 Horror Hot House
’A heartfelt, funny, campy horror show about a very real woman’ - On in London
’Sometimes comical, sometimes sincere and sometimes violent… The most enjoyable moments came from audience participation’ - London Pub Theatres
’The set is ritzy and eye-catching with sparkling silver streamers covering every conceivable surface, gold streamers covering a keyboard and a coffin in the corner Frances and her musical accompanist, Leonard, are immaculately made-up to look like the undead. Green skin, contoured faces, glitzy costumes. Frances dons glittering red lipstick; a pink fluffy dressing gown; purple fluffy slippers and blonde hair styled in the fashion of the Golden Hollywood era. The attention to detail is faultless.’ - London Pub Theatres
We plan to rework the show and put it on again soon - so, look out for it!
I’ll be joining the cast of Gypsy Disco’s ‘Pleasurehood’ from January!
Lost Estate/Darling and Edge’s ‘Swan Lake: The Great Masked Ball’ is featured in an article by dance critic Graham Watts discussing underground immersive dance!
Earlier this month I played a palmistry mermaid in COW Events immersive sideshow/vintage circus evening at the Victorian Bath House. Photos below:
This weekend i’ve performed a few walkabout acts… just in time for halloween!
The first was an acting/foh role with Les Enfants Terribles at their immersive ‘Kraken Screamfest’ event, convincing audience members to sign over their souls and the second was playing in the haunted woods in Gypsy Disco’s extravagant, decadent and obscure twisted fairytale at Chinawhite.
This week were lucky enough to shoot our promo shots for ‘Frances Farmer: Zombie Movie Star’ with fashion photographer Eric Li in the wonderful Immersive Ensemble’s ‘Great Gatsby’ space!
‘Everything That Rises Must Dance’ has received 4 stars from Dance Tabs!
Full review here: http://dancetabs.com/2018/10/sasha-milavic-davies-everything-that-rises-must-dance-london/?fbclid=IwAR2Q7Hw_KsLOi2Sh-eExWc0I4e5x6ckj19oL2bcV00hXtMzK7jW9tMa2PBw