Key WordsChanging Leader, Contact Improvisation, Contemporary Dance, Counter-Propose, Equality, Feedback, Flat Hierarchy, Honesty, Listening, Movement, Responding, Trio, Turn Taking,
In The Roundest Circle, the famous consensus robots Kai, Faye and Felicia convene and disperse in an attempt to arrange and rearrange their interests, ideas, curves, lines and edges next to, under, and on top of each other. With no designated leader within the three, they perform, simultaneously leading and following, all the while taking, sharing and giving up physical and creative space. What will be the outcome? Is the absence of a leader possible in making a performance? Will you join us in this journey of discovery with Kai, Faye and Felicia as they venture into the undiscovered and the unchartered?
The presentation of ‘The Roundest Circle’ is part of TheatreWorks’ long-established belief in developing and nurturing Singapore artists. It is also part of TheatreWorks’ aim to present innovative contemporary experiences and artistic expressions that offer Singapore audiences alternatives. Its home, 72-13, is an incubator for artistic experiments by both artists and creatives, while being a consistent conduit for dialogues between disciplines and cultures. TheatreWorks intends to constantly build on our circle of associates. In developing them, we grow and develop the Singapore arts ecosystem.
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