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Sadler's Wells New Wave Associate Hetain Patel is a visual artist whose work for the stage has been attracting growing acclaim. His practice crosses a number of art forms with the body and identity as core concerns. Major international institutions have shown his work including Tate Modern and the Southbank Centre, Sydney Festival, Bodhi Art New York, Ullens Centre for Contemporary Arts in China and Chaterjee and Lal in Mumbai. World Premiere. Visual artist and Sadler's Wells New Wave Associate Hetain Patel returns with a new one-man show, building on his critically acclaimed production, American Boy, first seen at Sadler's Wells in 2014. Dealing with issues of race, gender and identity, American Man imagines a not-too-distant future where celebrity power and political correctness have reached new heights: a future where Barack Obama's post-Presidential role is CEO of Apple, while Stephen Hawking and Oprah Winfrey shape policies. The work combines seamless vocal and physical impersonations with Patel's characteristic wit and humour. Hetain Patel - American Man website.

Hetain Patel - American Man

Hetain Patel - American Man (Dance or ballet) production archive for QTIX code T0301988435. Details of all Hetain Patel - American Man archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S0620357173

Archive Listings

24 Nov 16
25 Nov 16
The Lilian Baylis Theatre
Inner London
Greater London
10 Nov 16Nuffield Theatre (Lancaster Institute for the Contemporary Arts)

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