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And so you see... our honourable blue sky and ever enduring sun... can only be consumed slice by slice...Sep 30 — Oct 01
- Fri Sep 30 2022 8:00 PM
- Sat Oct 01 2022 8:00 PM
Produced in partnership with Bill T. Jones and New York Live Arts
South African choreographer Robyn Orlin created this critique of shifting power relationships for the 20th anniversary of the end of Apartheid. Playful, ironic and featuring dancer and performance artist Albert Ibokwe Khoza, the work is a journey through the seven deadly sins that Orlin considers a “requiem for humanity.” Torn between sin, transformation, decline and brilliance, Khoza ritualizes an incantation of hope that is full of curiosity and positivity, despite the never-ending destruction facing future generations.
Please note: This performance includes partial nudity.
After the Friday performance, there will be a post-show conversation with Robyn Orlin and Albert Ibokwe Khoza, moderated by UW Professor Jasmine Mahmoud.
The ENCORE+ digital program for this performance is available to READ ONLINE
Becoming: At Home in the World is generously sponsored by the Floyd and Dolores Jones Endowed Fund for the Arts, The College Inn Pub and by John Robinson and Maya Sonenberg.