Odedra should trust in the fact that the most interesting thing on stage is always himself.
Stéphane Ley’s sound, if at times over-amplified, recalls the “thousand twangling instruments” that hum about Caliban’s ears in The Tempest. In technical and design terms, Plexus is a masterclass.
Núñez and Soares – possibly because they are husband and wife – create a partnership in which they seem, at times, to breathe as one.
The London International Mime Festival is a treasure trove of visual and physical theatre and Plexus stands out as an intelligent and creative piece of work.
French director Aurélien Bory is immersed in a project of creating performance portraits of female dancers. This collaboration with Kaori Ito, part of LIMF, is the second of a planned trilogy... Continue Reading
Compagnie 111 / Aurelien Bory / Kaori Ito - Plexus - Part of London International Mime Festival 2015
There’s nothing very emotionally compelling here, but it’s probably enough that you’ve never seen anything like it before.