Curious, surprising and often funny, Douglas seeks connections and feedback from his surroundings.
Douglas shares the spotlight with a number of simple objects in a world of the absorbingly unpredictable and beautifully unspectacular.
Imagined by the choreographer while working and performing various daily physical tasks at home, Douglas is both a reflection on our physical contact with the world and a lo-fi take on choreography that extends beyond the body.
Douglas is absorbed in activity in an intriguing conversation that goes nowhere and everywhere.
*Additional Performance* Monday 25th August at 20.15
Will leave you totally moved and enchanted.
Julia Carruthers, Dublin Dance Festival Director
- 14,15,17,18,19/08/2015 13:10
- 25-29/08/2015 11.50
- 25/08/2015 20:15 (additional performance)
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