- Duration: 20 min
- Great britain
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A cord descends from the flies. Suspended in space, a long white silhouette moves, outlining striking images.
Two short pieces from the triptych Lifeline - Dead Point - Night Plane by Matilda Leyser, introduce us to the beauty and emotion generated by airborne choreography as it attempts to explore the solitude we are all confronted with sooner or later.
Lifeline and Dead Point are an ideal opportunity to discover an offbeat artist who invents a new theatrical language where beauty and emotion take shape in the vertical plane.
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Design: Matilda Leyser
Artistic collaboration: Rosemary Lee
Artistic team: Annabel Arden, Annie Castledine, Bryony Lavery, Rosemary Lee, Jonathan Lever, Daniel Weaver, Michel Weaver, Chahine Yavroyan
Costumes: Liz Cooke
Lighting: Chahine Yavroyan
Actors: Matilda Leyser
Commissioned by: ROH2 at the Royal Opera House
With the support of: The Helen Hamlyn Trust; The London International Mime Festival; Pegasus Theatre Oxford
Aided by: Arts Council England; South Hill Park Arts Centre
In partnership with the British Council
- Place of capture : Le Palace
- Collection : Mimos 2006