Lewis Major Projects

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Photo Credit: Chris Herzfeld

Choreographer: Lewis Major

Lewis Major is an award-winning choreographer based between the deep south of regional South Australia and Europe. Not having set foot in a theatre until his mid-teens, he finds it ironic to now be working in the most maligned and misunderstood sector of the arts industry: Contemporary Dance. 

He is the only dance artist he’s ever heard of who can shear a sheep, has danced with Hugh Jackman and travelled to all three axis-of-evil countries. His work is invested in the potential of choreography and performance to inform a cultural discourse of sorts and to enable affective experiences.

As a performer and dance maker, he has worked with and alongside Akram Khan, Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, Russell Maliphant, Shaun Parker, Hans van Den Broeck/Cie Soit and Australian Dance Theatre.  He was a founding member of Aakash Odedra Company. With an extensive back catalogue of choreographies, he has created over 17 works and staged them across six continents. 



Photo Credit: Chris Herzfeld

Dancer: Pascal Marty

Pascal Marty is a dancer artist originally from France. After graduating from the National Conservatorire of Montpellier, he joined the Ballet Junior de Genève in 2008. There he created roles in original works by Alexander Ekman and Andonis Foniadakis whilst also performing the repertoire of Stijn Celis, Itzik Gallili and Gustavo Ramirez Sansanno.

He danced with Donlon Dance Company for 5 years before being invited to join GöteborgsOperans Danskompani as a soloist where he created work alongside Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, Damien Jalet, Sharon Eyal, Alan Lucien Øyen and Michael Keegan Dolan.

Pascal is a guest dancer with Saburo Teshigawara/KARAS in Tokyo, Japan and Australian based, Lewis Major Projects.


presented by Lewis Major Projects

Choreography & Concept: Lewis Major 

Music Composition: Dane Yates after Debussy and Ryuichi Sakamoto

Lighting design: Lewis Major

Epilogue is at once a deconstruction of and a meditation on, classicism and the role that beauty has played in the shaping of the Western canon. Epilogue is both a lament and a  battle cry; a steadfast rejection of the ravages of postmodernism in the creation of art. 

TIME: 19:30
VENUE: 5F Sheung Wan Civic Centre Theatre


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