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Duration: 21 Oct - 4 Nov
FINAL WEEK!
Price: $25 - $35
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Director: Lucy Marinkovich and Miranda Manasiadis

Choreography: Lucy Marinkovich
Company: Borderline Arts Ensemble

NZ Premiere!

Humour, Sensuality and Surprise. The omnipotence of our dreams colliding with our realities

Circa Two
21 Oct – 4 Nov

Tues – Sat 7.30pm
Sun 4.30pm

Run time = 65 mins (no interval)

With special thanks to Creative New Zealand and Wellington City Council

“Lobsters: An incredibly innovative and original piece of performance art” – Ewen Coleman, Dominion Post

$25 – $35

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.

Choreographer Lucy Marinkovich, recently returning from practising in Germany, Spain, France, Croatia and Singapore, combines talents with Athens-Wellington-NYC based theatre maker Miranda Manasiadis, to bring you the athletic and visually compelling Lobsters.

“Lobsters is the new metamorphoses of Borderline Arts Ensemble ‘s earlier The Surrealists… intense, physical, compelling; this will make you think – about yourself- and your friends.” – Deirdre Tarrant

“Marinkovich and Miranda Manasiadis are the co-directors making bold inroads here into the advancement of their creative ambitions. With Lobsters they are making their splash!” – Chris Jannides

REVIEWS

SURREAL CONTEMPORARY DANCE CABARET – Chris Jannides, Theatreview

BEAUTIFUL WIZARDRY – Sam Trubridge, Theatreview

LOBSTERS – Jennifer Shennan, Michelle Potter…on dancing

Theatre Critic Pinky Agnew, Jesse Mulligan 1-4pm RNZ (26 Oct)

Lobsters: An incredibly innovative and original piece of performance art – Ewen Coleman, Dominion Post (30 Oct)