Lobsters at Circa until 4 November 2017
Reviewed by Tilda Bostwick
What a wild ride! I had to google ‘Salvador Dali and Lobsters’ after the show to get some context!
And yes, he had a thing about lobsters and famously made a telephone with a lobster on the hand-piece.
What a show, a wonderful juxtaposition of three superb dancers, older
It was a packed theatre, with a very excited and happy audience. A brilliant show; original, exuberant and dynamic, multi-layered and humorous - I could watch it all over again!
Director: Lucy Marinkovich and Miranda Manasiadis
Choreography: Lucy Marinkovich
Company: Borderline Arts Ensemble
Humour, Sensuality and Surprise. The omnipotence of our dreams colliding with our realities
21 Oct – 4 Nov
Tues – Sat 7.30pm
With special thanks to Creative New Zealand and Wellington City Council
Inspired by the images and manifestos of The Surrealists, Lobsters seduces us into a world of humour, eccentricity, sensuality and the surreal. This is a place where we are expert at both disguising and exposing our most secret of selves. In Lobsters, the performers seek out deep human connection and inner truth, but instead experience a series of misses, near-misses, collapses, and implosions.