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You will laugh, cry and gasp with awe at this inspiring show
Interpreted dance is an incredible art form and skill. How to convey with movement and very few words the feeling and depth of emotion that a Director/Choreographer wants to impart to the audience. With very skilled and clever actors, innovative stage technique, and skilled lighting technicians. In the photos throughout this article, you will see how wonderfully mood and ambience was created by all three together.
This is a thought-provoking dance and really hits some deep social issues of our time. Everyone interprets dancing from their own mindset and the actors try to impart feelings from a space of mindfulness. Which I feel we should all strive for on a day to day basis. Whenever a negative thought from our past crops into our head, dump it. Think of now, Think of the future and how wonderful it can be. Think of love and joy and just be.
A disembodied voice tells us to, so it must be the truth.
The choreography was very clever in the use of the full stage and innovative use of graffiti. This together, with few spoken words and lovely movement made for a very memorable show. You also get a lovely serenade in the middle.
The last showing is tonight and tomorrow night, but one of the creators is on the door letting you in, so please ask her information about an extended season. It is needed to get this wonderful story out.
The only thing I wish with Chapel off Chapel, is I find they use too much "smoke". Fine for ambience but horrible if you have a cold or worse have asthma. It really sends you into coughing spasms which is horrible for you, the audience and the performance.
They had a brilliant lighting technician as you can tell from the photos, use that brilliance more and smoke not at all.