CAMILLE LACELLE-WILSEY | COME A BIT CLOSER
In this contemporary fable, four performers and a musician find themselves in the middle of a place that is both garden and garbage dump. Their naked bodies swiftly come together and pull apart in a world filled with hundreds of plastic tablecloths.
The audience is invited to let the various shades of green and the affective tone of the enthralled, carefree, receptive performers flood their senses. The composition sways between written choreographic material and improvised sections carried by the sounds of the vibraphone. What is the value of vitality and celebration in an environment where climate change is approaching the point of no return?