Landscape (1989)

Landscape (1989)

10 no. saves icon · Physical Theatre, Contemporary, Fringe Theatre

Part of VAULT Festival 2019

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4 February 2019  ·  Follow on Stagedoor
“Emergency Chorus are definitely a company to watch and this show has already made a brief appearance at the New Diorama where it attracted favourable attention. I can’t wait to see a piece which considers storytelling in the age of anxiety.”

Overview

A quiet journey through Oregon, after the fires.

A razed forest, a cluster of blooming mushrooms, and two people journeying towards the horizon. One foot in front of the other.

As of 2018, The Doomsday Clock is the closest it’s ever been to midnight. In an age of climate change and nuclear anxiety, we like to tell stories about apocalypse, disaster, endings. This isn’t quite one of those stories.

Combining text, choreography and music, Landscape (1989) is a slow zoom in on an Oregon National Park and the people passing through. Following their award-winning debut show CELEBRATION, Emergency Chorus present a meditation on forgotten histories and lost futures, asking what we do when there’s nowhere left to go.

Age Guidance 12+

Date & time

Show ended
Wed 13 Feb - Thu 14 Feb, 6.10pm
Runtime: 1 hr

Venue

Leake St SE1 7NN London, UK · Get Directions

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