Khecari presents an in progress showing of his current work, as though your body were right.
Due to the close proximity between performers and audience, we are asking that all audience members be vaccinated. If you are unvaccinated and would like to see the show, please contact us as soon as possible for accommodations.
This WIP showing will include a performance of the work followed by feedback + discussion.
Due to nudity in the performance and extremely limited seating, we are asking those interested in attending to fill out an Audience Application.
Once you've done so, if there is seating still available, we will be in touch by email to give you a code to use on the ticketing site in order to secure your seat.
Jonathan Meyer is developing a new work that is moving from research to early development of material. Research has been exploring what it would mean to choreograph the cells’ movement rather than the body’s; it has been reading, thinking, and writing about personal and systemic traumas including rape, torture, modern slavery, and child soldiering; it has been grappling with how these two areas of inquiry relate. Embodiment means that we have power in the world. Embodiment means that we are vulnerable to each other. The individual is the emergence of the trillion cells. The nation is the emergence of the million individuals. The cellular can speak to the societal. How could that be true?