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  The Meal   was choreographed by Dylan Quinn.  DQDT produces work that ultimately explores and questions the world we live in.  The Meal  was a vehicle for DQDT's voice and provided plenty of food for thought.  Photography by  Luca Truffarelli .
       
     
       
     
 The second was mounted by DQDT and was a work originally created by Merce Cunningham and John Cage entitled  Roratorio.  
       
     
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    During the  Samuel Beckett Festival  in Enniskillen, DQDT worked with Patricia Lent from the  Merce Cunningham Trust  to re-stage excerpts of  Roratorio  in the  Marble Arch Caves .
       
     
Roratorio.jpg
       
     
 Photography by  Cordula Treml .
       
     
Dylan Quinn Dance Theatre
       
     
Dylan Quinn Dance Theatre

David has performed in two productions with Dylan Quinn Dance Theatre, Enniskillen based company, the first was a regional tour of The Meal.

  The Meal   was choreographed by Dylan Quinn.  DQDT produces work that ultimately explores and questions the world we live in.  The Meal  was a vehicle for DQDT's voice and provided plenty of food for thought.  Photography by  Luca Truffarelli .
       
     

The Meal  was choreographed by Dylan Quinn.  DQDT produces work that ultimately explores and questions the world we live in. The Meal was a vehicle for DQDT's voice and provided plenty of food for thought.

Photography by Luca Truffarelli.

       
     
Dylan Quinn Dance Theatre 2013 promo film
 The second was mounted by DQDT and was a work originally created by Merce Cunningham and John Cage entitled  Roratorio.  
       
     

The second was mounted by DQDT and was a work originally created by Merce Cunningham and John Cage entitled Roratorio. 

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    During the  Samuel Beckett Festival  in Enniskillen, DQDT worked with Patricia Lent from the  Merce Cunningham Trust  to re-stage excerpts of  Roratorio  in the  Marble Arch Caves .
       
     

During the Samuel Beckett Festival in Enniskillen, DQDT worked with Patricia Lent from the Merce Cunningham Trust to re-stage excerpts of Roratorio in the Marble Arch Caves.

Roratorio.jpg
       
     
 Photography by  Cordula Treml .
       
     

Photography by Cordula Treml.