What we seek through expectation can often be our limitation.
Arielle Smith is extending her latest contemporary dance work to transport you via a 1940s soundscape into an evening of discovery, honesty and some well-deserved grooving. Set to the music of the great Ella Fitzgerald in a universe unknown we invite you to escape into the weird and wonderful day to day life of eight people. Follow their individual stories, and get lost in their world.
8 performers question whether as an audience we see past gender? Do we primarily see the sex of the person; does this bring a certain expectation and does that then become our limitation? The work seeks to demonstrate love in it’s many forms, pure and true without limitations.
“Arielle Smith finds a way of making a true parody out of the pursuit of honest relationships.” – Coral Montejano Cantoral Resolution 2018
You’ll find us above a quirky pub in the intimate settings of The Rosemary Branch Theatre, where we invite you to join us with a tipple in hand for two nights only.
“The best of the night was definitively saved for last with Arielle Smith's Lots Of Varied Expectations. And my expectations were blown away from the opening scene to the final moment.” – Savannah Saunders Resolution 2018
Performance length: 1 hour no interval
Includes entrance to exhibition of work and process from associate artist prior to performance.