Unfathomable

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Venue: Glennie Hall
Jun
27
14:30
28
17:00
29
14:00
30
21:00
Jul
01
14:00
02
12:00

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R80.00 Full Price
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50m
Theatre
PG (M)

Language: Eng
Director: Athena Mazarakis
Written By: Design by Jennie-Lee Crewe
Choreographer: Created at the Forgotten Angle Theatre Collaborative’s, , Edhudlweni Arts Centre
Featured Artists: Alex Halligey
Company: Unfathomable

An image-based work that wades through the waters of unprocessed grief, it seeks out the presences of those gone and those still alive. Tracing the histories of her father and grandmother in a poetic play between materials, body and words, Alex Halligey
takes audiences on a swim through lives that couldn’t be contained and those that stayed small for fear of the size of their spirit.

 

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