'When I Recall Her' invites audience members to re-define space, place, and time. Part dance-theatre, part docudrama, part community discourse, this work provides an opportunity to acknowledge the memories we hold with us every day and the spaces we refuse to abandon.
See it if you'd like to attend an open rehearsal of a movement-based piece-in-progress that employs personal stories & audience interaction.
Don't see it if you want to see a traditional play or a finished piece, or cringe at the thought of even the gentlest of performer- audience interaction.
See it if You’re a fan of modern dance, Edna Walsh or shows that try to think outside the box and try something very different. Very (too?)inclusive.
Don't see it if You don’t want to be part of the show. You’re asked to participate and then discuss. Also, don’t see if you want structure. Very freeform.
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