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19 find a new voice that makes MIDM unique. We have to be able to change the behaviour of our audiences and communities in how they perceive our craft and how this art form CAN and DOES change lives. MIDM DANCE SEASON UJ Fight Flight Feathers FErs is a collaboration between British-born choreographer Rachel Erdos and MIDM member Sunnyboy Mandla Motau exploring the politics and physicality of masculinity.According to Robyn Sassen While fight and flight choreography lend the piece its fire there are elements that reflect a complex intertwining of bodies that is completely enthralling to behold These four men ... demonstrate a level of give and take and call and response that is truly a privilege to witness. Road choreographed by Oscar Buthelezi is about the place where we want to be and the route that guides us there. It is about the journey that leads us to this destination accentuating the experiences of life through learning from the road travelled. In addition the season at UJ will include a new work choreographed by the MIDM trainees being mentored by the Company an excerpt from Rebellion Johannesburg. Multi-talented poet performer actress presenter and producer Lebo Mashile will collaborate with Sylvia Glasser and artistic assistant Muzi Shili once again for a special Womens Day performance of Threads after touring the Free State and Limpopo. continued Left Learning from the road travelled Photo Supplied