Purposeless Movements (Birds of Paradise Theatre Company), Tramway, 25 – 27 February, 2016
Purposeless Movements (Birds of Paradise Theatre Company)
Director – Robert Softley
Dramaturg – Luke Pell
Choreography – Rachel Drazek
25 – 27 February, 2016.
“What’s so great about purposeful movement? Half the fun in this life is not knowing what’s coming next.”
Five guys wait on stage. Each one has cerebral palsy – the way they stand and move is a dead giveaway.
When we were born doctors called it Purposeless Movements – for us it’s just how we get around. You’ll see stories from our lives, stories that ask what it is to move and be moved. Purposeless Movements is a new theatre work from Birds of Paradise Theatre Company by Robert Softley, creator of international smash hit show If These Spasms Could Speak and co-creator of the hilarious Wendy Hoose.
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