From Paris and Amsterdam-based choreographer Ivana Müller comes the multiple prize-winning While We Were Holding It Together, a mind-bending theatrical excursion into the richly interpersonal nature of perception. Five actors strike motionless poses on stage, frozen like monuments. "We are statues in a museum," one muses, "soldiers in a mine field," another asserts, as this tableau vivant quietly begins to interpret itself. While We Were Holding It Together offers a profound and genuinely funny testament to the unspoken conversations that transpire between art and interpreter.
While We Were Holding It Together is produced by LISA in co-production with Sophiensaele Berlin, Productiehuis Rotterdam (Rotterdamse Schouwburg), Dubbelspel (30CC and STUK Kunstencentrum Leuven), and financially supported by the Dutch Funds of the Performing Arts, the Goethe Institute, and the Mondriaan Foundation.
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