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Untitled (bodies in time)


Katie Adams-Gossage/School of Toronto Dance Theatre

The Theatre Centre - Franco Boni Theatre

AUGUST 5, 6:30 PM

AUGUST 6, 7:30 PM

This is part of a double-bill with Deliberately is sensational. The listed duration includes a 15 minute Q&A after the two performances.

75 Minutes

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How might we experience the impossible through human bodies?

Untitled (bodies in time) is a choreographic study and expansion of a solo creation by Katie Adams-Gossage that seeks to answer: How can the human body alter the essence of reality? How can a movement score transport an audience into an entirely new state, temperature, size, speed, understanding of time and space?

Adams-Gossage aims to propel the audience into a fully developed, understandable world with its own set of rules, convincing onlookers that they are somewhere or experiencing something they are not: distorted time, disproportionate size, a particular quality of air, fluctuating levels of gravity. This consequently calls up unreal or impossible images that are made possible with the craftsmanship of the dancing body. The work’s  vocabulary proposes a new ‘normal’ for limb alignment, muscle tone, movement tempo, direction, and musical embodiment. Precise, just-perceptible shifts from the choreographic norm inspire audience members to question their own size, position, and state of being.

Katie Adams-Gossage: Choreographer; Jenn Goodwin: Choreographic Mentor; Katie Ayer, Micaela Janse Van Rensburg, Frédérique Perron: Dancers; Julia Sasso: Project Manager; Theo Belc: Stage Manager & Lighting Designer

This SummerWorks Lab presentation is part of a double-bill with Deliberately is sensational, and part of an ongoing partnership with The School of Toronto Dance Theatre that is generously supported by Lindy Green and Sam Chaiton as the Winchester Prize.

Proof of Vaccination and face masks will be required.

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