Playing with variations of ensemble movement — herd, swarm, flock, mob, and other manifestations of the human group — we explore the willingness to join, the willingness to be apart, and what it is to offer support in the theatrical space as well as the larger field of human experience.
How does group movement, including use of sound and text, evolve and transform? What is the story unfolding in front of our eyes and how do we choose to reveal, offer, serve (or sabotage) that story?
Acting/Living in heightened awareness of space and time we explore unison, solo, counterpoint and contrast, discovering the role of the individual as well as the power and dynamic of the group. Aspects of evolutionary mind (low-brain) (lizard brain), animal/species, and tribal mind arise giving opportunity for relationship to and experience of matters of Presence and Awareness.