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It's the story of a man who has lived for thirty years with one arm above his head. It's told with the authenticity and detail of a first person confessional. It's a totally honest and convincing piece of theatre...performed by someone who never lifts his arms above his head. Not once. My Arm
is a study of bloody-mindedness, modern art and how the things we do when we're ten stick with us for life. During its sixty minutes it absorbs the audience completely into the fiction of its story - using the minimum of device to suspend the maximum of disbelief. The play combines live performance with sequences of film. The story is performed largely through the animation of everyday objects supplied by the audience at the start of each performance. These things become the icons of the story. They become as meaningful as a ten year old's arm.Performers Tim Crouch.
Author Tim Crouch. Producer News from Nowhere.
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