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Girl Inside the Mirror

From 2 critic and 1 member reviews
Members say: Relevant, Interesting, Too brief, Thought-provoking

About the show

A dance/movement-based surrealistic piece that dives into the subconscious of a Latin American character, the Girl. Part of the 2018 Dream Up Festival. More…

The subconscious is a mysterious place: to submerge is to discover our lights and shadows, our true and complex selves. The Girl emerges into a parallel world: the core of her most vulnerable soul. It is there where all the ghosts and shadows from her past remain and where she can either face them through the presence of her inner child or let them destroy her.

On Stage Blog

"This provocative performance piece is one that surrounds the audience with a sense of what it is like to be constantly objectified as a woman...I can imagine that nearly any woman who sees this will relate significantly to the content of this piece, on some level. The show is beautifully choreographed, down to every detail...The entire show is a stunning visual experience that needs to be seen with your own eyes...One of those shows that needs to be seen by as many people as possible." Full Review


for a previous production “A short dance/movement-based surrealist piece that dives into the macabre subconscious of a Latin American girl...Dark and visually stunning...The performers, expertly creating a spine-chilling mood...To build such mood and story in an initiate space is a tribute to Mandriotti and her team. Aside from the mood, this piece is written with enough leeway for interpretation making it accessible to anyone." Full Review

Interesting, Relevant, Thought-provoking, Too brief

See it if you like off-beat dance/ performance pieces re.: the criticisms women receive in our lives & relationships that affect our sense of self

Don't see it if you're not into "downtown'"-style theater; would be disappointed at the brevity of this show (35 min.)

Also Just as my interest in this show was growing, it was over! Should have... Read more Read less

Cast & Creatives (2)