Queen of Hearts – Dizzy O’Dare Productions – 2019
Performed and puppeteered by Rosalind Parker
“Sun People” – 2019. Dance practice.
“Blight” – 2017 – Millennium FX & National Film & Television School, directed by Kate Walshe and Christopher Goodman. featuring Rosalind Parker.
“Betrayal” – 2015
Performed by Rosalind Parker and Darren McFerran. Written by Rosalind Parker. Filmed by Natalie Cummings/ Seedpod Productions.
“The Day After Kurt Cobain Died” – Monologue – 2015
Written and performed by Rosalind Parker. Filmed by Natalie Cummings/ Seedpod Productions.
Rehearsal footage. “Ariel’s Dance” shows Ariel in her (or his) enjoyment of shipwrecking the King’s ship at the beginning of Shakespeare’s “The Tempest”. In the full performance piece, Ariel’s monologue leads into the dance, where she (or he) describes to Prospero how she orchestrated the fire. And Ros slides down the banister. Created for Open Arts Cafe at West London Synagogue, 2014.
The Bedlam Bunch Magic Words – 2018
“Waking” improvised rehearsal – Ros Parker at Open Arts Café, West London Synagogue, 2012
An improvised dance rehearsal by Rosalind Parker, filmed at West London Synagogue, 2012. The final piece, entitled “Waking“, was performed as part of the Open Arts Café’s programme.
“Obsession” – Ros Parker at Open Arts Café, West London Synagogue, 2012
Also shot in rehearsals for the Open Arts Café. The theme for this production was “Obsession”. A strange dalliance with a chair…
“Blaze” – Fire-Hoop Dance
2014 – Short clip – Rosalind Parker as “Blaze”, fire hooping on set for Daisy and the Dark’s “Circus” music video shoot. (Music not from original Daisy and the Dark track.)
Circus – Daisy and the Dark, Featuring Rosalind “Blaze” Parker
Daisy and The Dark music video featuring actress Rosalind “Blaze” Parker with fire hula hoop and fire poi. Released 2016.
Excerpts from various movement pieces, rehearsals and film work, including Blight by Kate Walshe/ Millennium FX, Blaze, Ariel’s Dance, Waking and Home Suite
Hula-hooping video made by Ruby Reed featuring Rosalind Parker, 2016.