Looking squarely at the enemy - agemore
By SHARON VERGHIS
The Sydney Morning Herald
For more than six months, on and off, Graeme Murphy lived a life muffled by three layers of insulation. The Tasmanian bush, dead winter and deepest isolation, the elements that shaped his sabbatical away from the Sydney Dance Company, were amazingly restorative, he says - "something extraordinary happened there, [Janet Vernon] and I both felt reconnected to the land".
This week, however, he seemed like a man relieved to be back in the driving seat, darting from finalising contract negotiations with his 18 dancers to laying down the bones of a new work.
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