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DetailsCharged by a unique electronic score from composer Max Winter, five performers challenge the themes of life's perpetual aporia within human nature. This highly physical work brings together expressive movements with compelling reflections of spoken-word, under a chic geometric lighting design by Joel Levine, to explore the paradoxical relationship of peace and conflict. Featuring poignant solos and a series of powerful duets, enhanced by the equally physical costume by designer Rosie Whiting, this work journeys through key events of the human experience; love, confrontation, and death. With this provocative work, Thomas Page Dances, invites their audience to consider their own relationship with life's aporia.
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