Choreographer-director Diana Ford blends song, dance, poetry, videotape, projected images and music in a 90-minute collage of sound and movement that examines problems in contemporary society. Five dancers and a poet participate live.
Viewers, Ford says, will find the work reflective of their personal concerns about prejudice, abuse, domestic violence and environmental issues: “They’ll feel something
Two of the work’s three sections were performed previously, one at the Madisonville Arts Center, another at Covington’s Carnegie Center. The newly staged section enlarges on ideas in the existing pieces.
Performed at Gabriel's Corner May 27, 29 and 30 and June 2 and 5 (see map of Fringe venues here)