The year may only be two months old, but Tasdance is already midway through its first tour of the state.
Entitled Brew, the hour-long show has already made its way to Wynyard and Launceston and will hold its final public performance in Franklin next week.
Tasdance senior artist Bec Jones said the show would also visit a number of schools before wrapping up on Thursday.
“It’s a one-hour program which works really well for going out to schools and we’re visiting Brooks High School next week, we went to St Pats (on Friday) and we've still got shows in Franklin and Hobart,” Jones said.
The show comprises eight individual and unique pieces, each clocking in at between two and 10 minutes long.
Jones said the show’s strength was in its diversity and creativity.
“It's nice to have bite-sized works rather than a whole one-hour piece of theatre or two hours of theatre.
“It’s also just a seed of an idea, so if we wanted to just try something out and it only ended up being a two- or three-minute snapshot of something that could develop into a longer work, that was the idea, that we get to plant a seed.”
Tasdance’s next public performance in Launceston will take place on March 24 when the Princess Theatre hosts Fragile Matter.