With theatres shut, dance company performs in an abandoned house: watch

Against the backdrop of an eerie abandoned house, Ask Dance Company (ASK) presents its debut dance film, titled The Distance Project: Hymns Of The Abandoned, which sets out to evoke multiple emotions that have arisen from this period of pandemic lockdowns.

According to ASK founder and artistic director Joseph Gonzales, the company, like other independent artists and organisations, lost all revenue from live performances, classes and venue rentals during the first movement control order (MCO) last year.

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