Quirky dance show explores belonging
THE dance show 'Interloper' by Liz Roche will be performed at Mermaid Arts Centre on Tuesday February 11 at 8 p.m.
The performance will include an eclectic cast featuring two dancers, an actress and a drummer. They will perform the quirky and light-hearted dance piece that explores thornier themes of identity and belonging.
Interloper examines those bonds we make and break on a daily basis, and how we try to balance what we want with the desires of those around us.
Interloper features dancers Liz Roche and Henry Montes, actress Caitríona Ní Mhurchú and drummer Bryan O'Connell, with lighting from Lee Curran and set and costume design by Joe Vanek.
'The inspirations for Interloper have come from so many different places – Dublin's screaming seagulls, the yearning in Neil Young's songs, timeless Chekov, hilarious and heart-breaking personal stories among the cast and crew, giddy morning walks on Foley St, the list goes on... Interloper has evolved from all of these places,' said creator Liz.
For tickets or more information go to www.mermaidartscentre.ie.
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