CITF – 2015

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SOUL SOLO 6 SOLO PERFORMANCES

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These pieces depict what people have seen and experienced in their lives. These are performed as contemporary concepts.
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LIGHT PUPPET SHOWO

Light_Puppet_Show2ne-of-a-kind experimental one-man performance of electro-luminous objects and puppets of Nikolai Zykov for children and family audiences.
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THE DANCE AND THE RAILROAD

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 This play is about the conflict between dance (aesthetics) versus the railroad (technology). The play revolves round the master and pupil relationship.
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 MY CLAY MOULD

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 Life is a bank of experiences. As a baby learning to walk, as a toddler learning to skip, or as a teenager learning to love, everyday we choose to learn.
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DURATTO (THE DISTANCE)

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 Friendship is a universal need of a child. Every child wants to play, wants a friend. But for many social and economic reasons our unban children are friendless.
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LIKE FIREWORKS, LIKE BUTTERFLIES

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 Like fireworks, like butterflies is the story of Choi Seunghee, Korea’s legendary dancer. She devoted her life to dance and was the first person to introduce western modern dance to Korea.
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PATA THALAM

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 The thalampata (a small cymbal) is a percussion instrument that is used in dance or song to establish tempo.
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CIKKANA | GILIHIYAMA | SLIPPAGE

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 The tern relationship as we know it is quite commonly used to denote some kind of bonding between people.lm goint to performance starts at the moment of separation in a context of bonding.
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KUVANNA‘S METAMORPHOSIS

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 The Abandoned queen As a bitch, she traces out through the forest ravine, scents that lead to the shipwrecked Prince Vijaya. As a beautiful princess she allures Vijaya to her abode.
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INNER-OUTER

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 I am inside a box. Lit from inside and with sides covered with rice paper that has decorations on it. Decorations with motifs such as safety pins, combs and jewelry— objects of women, if you will.
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