Choreographic duet from three years ago. Recipient of the Minister for Children and Media award during the Rencontres Théâtre Jeune Public de Huy in 2015 and Critics' Prize for Best Young Audience Play 2015-2016. Using a set made of chairs and the rhythm of cello and voice, two dancers revisit these familiar objects. They organise, transform and move around the space. As it gets installed and shared in various ways, the chair becomes a playground, a place for fancy, an opportunity for meetings. Be it stable or unstable, light or brutish, between building and undoing, dance appears.
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Best kids shows to see at Pleasance, Summerhall and ZOO31 Jul 2018
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