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Gone

Choreographer: Mark Baldwin
Composer: Edvard Grieg
Set designer: Michael Craig-Martin
Costume designer: Michael Craig-Martin
Lighting designer: Ken Coker, Peter Mumford
World premiere: 16 Oct 1992, Rambert Dance Company, Theatre Royal, Bath
Work note: Dedication: 'For Sarah'. First performed on 29 April 1992 by Rambert Dance Company at the Company Choreographic Workshops 1992 season at Riverside Studios, London. The workshop performances had no set and used costumes from the Rambert wardrobe. The work was subsequently taken into the main repertoire, with commissioned set and costumes.
Production note: The lighting designer for the choreographic workshop performances was Ken Coker. When the work was taken into the main repertoire, the lighting designer was Peter Mumford, and Michael Craig-Martin was credited with 'design'.
Music title: Lyric Pieces (1867-1901): At the Cradle, Opus 68/5; Scherzo, Opus 54/5; Puck, Opus 71/3; Gone, Opus 71/6; Norwegian, Opus 47/4; Once Upon a Time, Opus 71/1
Music details: Live music: piano
Sponsors: Development of 'Gone' was made possible by a Suzanne Dellal International Competition award given to the Company and won by dancer John Kilroy. Michael Craig-Martin's designs made possible with financial support from The Linbury Trust.
Source: Programme and reference file in the Rambert Archive
Archive catalogue: WORK/0377; CWSWORK/0123

Performances

Date Programme Venue
16 Oct 1992
Evening
Cat's Eye | Gone* | Phillidor's Defence Opera Theatre, Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester
17 Oct 1992
Evening
Cat's Eye | Gone | Phillidor's Defence Opera Theatre, Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester
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