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Physical Theatre



January 2014


New York City

From the time we are born, we are burdened with different social norms and expectations based on gender. Through striking visual imagery, Intimacy Lost depicts humans bound, dragged, and manipulated by gender expectations. Literally tied with ropes, the dancers strain against these disparate messages, attempting to shake the fetters loose and engage in honest communication across gender. In one moment, two dancers arduously reach toward one another like puppets desperate to escape the strings that keep them apart. Later they find themselves relentlessly laced together, yet even in this closeness they feel estranged, tangled, and weighed down. Intimacy Lost is full of powerful and disturbing images. It is ugly and beautifully honest at the same time.

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