A JOURNEY through Tasmanian communities will decide the next road-ready project from Launceston's Stompin' Dance Studio.
Stompin's My Heart is a Hall project will take artistic director Emma Porteus on a trip into the past as she delves into tales from some of the state's wiser generation.
``We'll be researching each area and speaking to senior residents in the communities about their experiences and memories,'' Porteus said.
``It will be smaller and more intimate than our usual performances . . . we're going for a show that's not so infrastructure heavy, so we'll be able to take it on tour.''
The studio received a $3700 grant from the Launceston City Council and a $1500 grant from the Meander Valley Council to perform at Ravenswood Community Hall and another yet-to-be-selected Meander Valley venue.
``Both councils were wonderfully receptive of the idea,'' Porteus said.
``It's what Stompin' needs, we want to take it on the road.
``There will be consultation with each community, so people can feed us their thoughts on what the show should be about.''
The studio is calling for people with community stories from Meander Valley or Ravenswood areas.
For more information, or to contact the studio, call 6334 3802 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.