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    photo: JJTiziou/jjtiziou.net

  • Photo: Jorge Cousineau

    Photo: Jorge Cousineau

  • Photo: Jorge Cousineau

    Photo: Jorge Cousineau

  • Photo: Jorge Cousineau

    Photo: Jorge Cousineau

  • photo: Bill Hebert

    photo: Bill Hebert

  • Photo: Jorge Cousineau

    Photo: Jorge Cousineau

  • photo: Bill Hebert

    photo: Bill Hebert

  • Photo: Jorge Cousineau

    Photo: Jorge Cousineau

  • photo: JJTiziou/jjtiziou.net

    photo: JJTiziou/jjtiziou.net

  • Photo: Jorge Cousineau

    Photo: Jorge Cousineau

  • photo: JJTiziou/jjtiziou.net

    photo: JJTiziou/jjtiziou.net

  • Photo: Jorge Cousineau

    Photo: Jorge Cousineau

  • Photo: Jorge Cousineau

    Photo: Jorge Cousineau

  • Photo: Jorge Cousineau

    Photo: Jorge Cousineau

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Shosha

Shosha (2006)┬áis a literary and theatrical work of dance theater that examines I.B. Singer’s eccentric characters in 1930’s Warsaw through the lens of Singer, the author, in 1970’s America. Believing that they can finally free themselves and the audience from their existential shackles, the performers dance beautifully and ridiculously, cajole each other and the audience shamelessly, and change their lines recklessly. Ultimately, the troupe, like the characters in Singers novel are on a “soul expedition” searching for the divine in the shadow of war. Premiered at the Wilma Theater: DanceBOOM! Festival.
60 minutes.
 

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