CREATIVE DEVELOPMENT // By NDRNCE
Presented by Metro Arts
Witness this contemporary, physical performance grounded in suburban intimacy, created by emerging performance ensemble, NDRNCE.
Suburbia is set alight and bathed in grapefruit. A town burns in silence, sun slinks into retreat.
Two women lay their bodies beneath a lamppost, taking advantage of fleeting light to spill their hearts to one another, willingly accepting of the pain, gain, love and acceptance true honesty has to offer. Here, they find themselves in the Tangerine Hour. The softest and most powerful time of day, transformation is bound to take place as long as they commit themselves to honesty.
When fear overcomes truth, Mothman finds herself caught in the Tangerine Hour, unable to free herself from the flickering lamplight. Unaware of her trap, she flies in an infinite loop of denial, fixation and warped memories while trying to navigate by the wrong moon. Tangerine Hour is a contemporary, physical performance grounded in soft light and suburban intimacy, created by emerging performance ensemble, NDRNCE.
7pm, Thu 8 Apr
12pm, Sat 10 Apr
Factory Lane + New Benner Theatre
Metro Arts, West End
AGES + WARNINGS
Suitable for ages 15+. Contains some coarse language, and references to self harm.
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