Is Adult Life Deeply Repetitive?

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A Small Death: Peeling Oranges, Watching Clocks, and a Pot that Never Boils

There’s a small death when you realize that adult life is deeply repetitive’ ~Matthew Sanford. We started with this quote, and then we added a monologue with or without an orange, a slow dance with a clock and a high-energy group fitness number. Slightly melancholic, slightly ecstatic, A Small Death… is a kinetic performance assemblage of image/text/dance featuring a soundtrack by artists such as Dangermau5 and Jonsi. Loosely based on her experiences at the gym, Tera Kilbride once again joins forces with co-director of last winter’s The Thing George McConnell, to create a decidedly existential impression of what early adulthood might feel like.


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