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Once Upon A Time is a thoughtful and passionate show about ageing and the passing of time, told through the extraordinary bodies of two dancers and one trapeze artist, all aged over 65. At once a celebration of, and a provocation on our relationship with ageing, this dance-theatre performance reveals how time marks its inevitable course through our skin, our muscles, our identity. Drawing from Jean Amery's book "On Aging: Revolt and Resignation", Agnieszka Blonska has created a poetic piece which offers powerful insight into the effects of aging and time passing, and focuses on the stories that emerge as the life of a physical performer evolves.

Archive listings for Once Upon a Time

Work type: Circus.


Presented byCircomedia. Presented byPolish Cultural Institute in London. Director Agnieszka Blonska. Choreographer Dan Canham.
30 Oct 15 to 31 Oct 15The Tron, Glasgow :: V622
listing details L1475450812


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