Three early solos by Rosemary Lee: Heart Home, Tenderhooks and Feathered Snippet
35-minute solo, performed in a set designed of ever diminishing rooms by Louise Belson.
Tenderhooks explored images of seraphic beings, flight and gravity. Danced in silence on a circle of white feathers, it premiered at the Purcell Room, SBC and toured in 1990.
One of Lee’s first solo pieces, performed at over 18 venues throughout the British Isles. This work was toured in the repertory of Sue MacLennan’s Occasional Dance Company and earned her the description of ‘gracefully dizzy dance comedienne’ (Donald Hutera, Time Out 1988).