Secret Service

The sole survivor of a tactical unit is haunted by guilt, when a covert operation goes wrong.

Set to Sergei Prokofiev’s score for Romeo & Juliet, Secret Service was created for the stage in 2002 and adapted for film in 2007. In the film version, Victor Quijada focusses on the characters’ back-stories, which were the initial inspiration for the choreographic work. This stunning success was Victor Quijada’s second venture as a director.

 

Secret Service premiered at Dance Camera West in Los Angeles in June, 2008.

Length

7 minutes

Credits

Conception and direction: Victor Quijada

Choreography: Victor Quijada

Featuring: Joe-Danny Aurelien, Julio Cesar Hong, Louise Michel Jackson, Victor Quijada, and Anne Plamondon

Cinematography: Chris Stacey, Marlon Paul

Editing: Chris Stacey

Music: Sergei Prokofiev

Produced by Natalie Galazka, and RUBBERBANDance Group. With generous support from Bravo!FACT.