Trip The Light Fantastic Toe at The Place: Artistic Undergrowth and Expressive Boskage
FRI 17th October 2014 |
TRIP THE LIGHT FANTASTIC TOE
ARTISTIC UNDERGROWTH AND EXPRESSIVE BOSKAGE
AT THE ROBIN HOWARD DANCE THEATRE ( The Place)
Oh Trip The Light Land People join us to celebrate the “forest of creativity”: the natural ability that art has (just like nature) to penetrate, take over and inhabit time, space & theatres...
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They are amongst Trip's favourite artists and they will MC the programme with great finesse in outlandish style. Be prepared to be transported into the newfound land of immersion and connectivity.
presents The death of the audience (death in progress) link
A performance about the nature of spectatorship - the expectations, roles and relationships that we mount in any type of spectacle. The first version (death in progress) of a new show that uses action-based performance, dance, video, poetry and sound, for an entertaining and absurd broken essay on the dramaturgy of the audience.Saskia Solomons
Meet Humphrey: Small, soft, likes gardening. He’s an extraordinary being in an ordinary world.
Joyful, poignant and downright bizarre Humphrey is a physical comedy piece that combines mime, clown, puppetry and some pretty excellent dance moves.Simonetta Alessandri
presents Dog Roses
Three women interrogate movement through their voices. Animal rhythms and upright patterning leads to the gradual emergence of their inner dog.Eleanor Perry
A vision of Edith Sitwell, the tall, beaky English poet with a taste for turbans, eccentricity and exaggeration- 'an unpopular electric eel in a pool of catfish'Fernanda Munoz-Newsome & Ina Dokmo & Charlie Hope
present: Imagined Futures
"In this performance we will present the third phase of our current research into
the Zen and Myofascial meridians.
We come together in our ‘imagined future’- finding a capacity to read and
discover new technologies and sensations of the body - travelling from molecular
structure through the double helix’s reach into mass connectivity we develop our
desires for new language. "linklinklinkThe Junk Orchestra link
Professional junkyard mischiefs: they play sliding cardboard tube trombones, bedspring tubes, scaffoldaphones, flipflopaphones, gas tanks, tongue drums and balloon drain pipe horns The SuperHeroJam link
A bunch of top shot superpower cats playing spot on dance lix. Get ready to wet your pants on the boogie rug and unleash your latent superhero. They will play a special set for the evening called: Unleash the lightning pants.
AUDIENCE CODE OF CONDUCT: Be nice:
make sure the people around you are able to see the artistic interventions Be creative:
use three levels of space to witness the artistic interventions:
middle= sitting on the provided platforms
low= sitting on the floor Be mobile:
move according to where the artistic interventions are Be playful:
play the game, its fun Be realistic:
this is not a speed dating event
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PLEASE BE AWARE THAT THIS TRIP THE LIGHT WILL BE AT THE PLACE:
photo by Lea Tirabasso, design by Nan