In the wake of the acclaimed Yellow Towel, Mercurial George traces and transforms the banal, provoking a certain malaise. Sifting through the heaps of dusty clues leftover in the wake of initializing a cultural excavation, Dana Michel offers a destabilizing solo. The body vacillates as it struggles for balance and a toehold. Stretching out time with minimalist and deconstructed movement, Michel becomes the archeologist of her own persona.
“Mercurial George vibrates; it vibrates with me still.”
- VK PRESTON, PERFORMANCE STUDIES SCHOLAR, BROWN UNIVERSITY/UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO
- LOCATION: Berkeley Street Upstairs Theatre (26 Berkeley St.)
- Audience Advisory: Stroboscope light effect used.
- Please Note: The Berkeley Street Upstairs Theatre is not an accessible venue. Our Front of House Staff will do all they can to assist patrons, but a staircase is required to access all seating. Please contact the box office if you have any accessibility questions.
CONCEIVED AND PERFORMED BYDana Michel
LIGHTING AND TECHNICAL DIRECTIONKarine Gauthier
ARTISTIC ADVISORSMartin Bélanger
SOUND CONSULTANTDavid Drury
Dana Michel is an artist associate of Par B.L.eux.