Sugar & Snails – a film by Kathi Prosser and William Yong


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Sugar & Snails –

A dance film by Kathi Prosser and William Yong

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Enjoy this dance short film directed by Kathi Prosser. Choreography by William Yong / Zata Omm Dance Projects. Featuring Kristy Kennedy and William Yong. This is a version edited with music by Trevor Mann who composed the music for original stage production of Sugar & Snails.

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