2+2+2: Relationships and roles in the playground of circus
June Horton-WhitePosted on: Oct. 02, 2019
2+2+2 is a contemporary circus performance where four artist use dance and circus shamelessly as their playground. This show is about skill, absurd humor and exploring different roles of men and women in the absence of a narrative frame. We approach the research from our own perspective as men and women. We search our own primitive way to move to find a way to express with a blank body not with a role. If we remove the most common external signs of men and women, are they still visible for the spectator or can the spectator see us as a moving object, not part of the society? The movement is alternating between poetically beautiful and tragically dark where the performers toss themselves roughly against each other until they blend together. Their unique movement articulate about little stories with allusion of equality and gender.
Date: Nov. 15, 2019 -
Nov. 19, 2019
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm