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Tatiana Baganova's Wings at Tea
can be described as sarcastic and grotesque, as terrifying witches and ravens fill the stage in a cross between gothic horror and cartoon. The work centres on the inner world of one man and the process of creating this world. Populated with characters from his life he fails to maintain order and hierarchy. The work looks at the love and relationship between men and women through numerous situations: meetings, partings, quarrels and reconciliation. Provincial Dances often collaborate with painters, fashion designers, musicians and composers; for Wings at Tea
the score was written specifically for the work by Chris Lancaster.Choreographer Tatiana Baganova.
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