DON’T MAKE ME LAUGH is an evening disrupting interiors and identities. An evening that begins and runs wild. It is a piece about the passing of time, limitations, vulnerability, and everything crossing the path behind and in front of us. It is a lost and found of characters we carry and narratives we tell. It is a story told in repetition and told with a radical sense of honesty and a sardonic sense of humor.
Performing a work in progress and process of the vignettes of character and narrative sketches I did throughout the pandemic and continued after. It is also a piece is also about being floored because there is often a lack of space to perform and rehearse aerial. It brings me back to my roots of dance and to explore the floor concepts of some longer length aerial work.
April 16th, Sunday