FORGE is a metaphor for the human soul that is beaten and shaped through life. Reckoning with ones’ existence, in search for an ongoing re-invention, revealing and concealing identity.
Mother Tongue is an eloquent dance-poem on war, cultural tolerance and healing. Questioning the world we live in and the need for change - the deepest current that unites us all, survival.
In Game On, a 3000 year-old classical Indian music tradition meets western contemporary dance, 100 years young. How can they possibly talk to one another? Under whose rules and what protocols, and, why?
1492 Granada. Isabel ‘La Catolica’ prepares her speech for an imminent self-coronation. Her throne room becomes a battleground, emotions and conscience revealing horrific truths and lies about her visionary rise to future power. Isabel is resolute. She must shut out her mind, her womanhood and humanity so that God’s will be done.