Abraham.In.Motion review – ‘Ready, A.I.M., Don’t sHOOT’
‘The first set opens with silence and a lone dancer on the stage. The soloist Connie Shau beautifully navigates through the uncomfortable lack of sound for what seems like an eternity, but what was likely no more than five minutes. This is an interesting choice and allows you to hear the awkward shifting of the audience in their creaking seats and the obligatory cough and the clearing of the throat here and there. Her movements are both fluid and sharp, propelling her through the silent air with ease. This set is peaceful and yet still carries through it a feeling of sadness and strife.’
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