Choreographed by Arthur Pita
Inspired by country and death songs, Arthur Pita tells a macabre yet humorous tale of a sticky family situation. In this twisted yarn the Candoco dancers are transformed into skittish characters who writhe their way through brazen dances and intimate interludes. With a ukulele, and a noose they unravel this murderous “dansical”.
This is a work of perverse originality, fabulously staged and expertly performed
The Guardian on Snow White in Black
Over the Top? Absolutely!
Direction/Choreography: Arthur Pita
Design: Simon Daw
Lighting design: Chahine Yavroyan
Sound design: Syd Funnell
Country Death Song, Confessions, Good Feeling, Gone Daddy Gone: Violent Femmes
Ukulele Lady: Ethel Merman
Je M’Ennuie: Mark Adler
St.James Infirmary: Joe Primrose