Acclaimed French Performance Art Company La Compagnie Pavlov at CSULA
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Featured review from Danielle
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The description for this event was much better than the actual show. If I hadn't read Goldstar's summary of what the show was SUPPOSED to be about, I would not have been able to interpret one thing in the entire show. As it was, I was hard pressed to make a correlation between the show and Goldstar's description -- it was a big stretch. In short, this dance piece was obtuse and alienating. I didn't walk away with anything other then gratitude that it was mercifully only 1 hour long. I've seen MANY theater pieces in my lifetime and this was a huge disappointment. It didn't attempt to inform or engage the audience in any way and was simply tedious.
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Vestiges/Vertiges delves into the verge of time where the remains of what is no longer have already started to take place. A territory in residue of the human touch: scraps of voices, habits, objects, images trying to recover their role. It is here that the audience finds themselves already amongst these dislocated resemblances and taking part in their reassembling. Together with the performance, they cross the threshold of forgetting and enter into the lives of those fighting against their own fading presence in time. Commissioned with the cooperation of the European Union, La Compagnie Pavlov is a multi-national, multi-disciplinary performance group based in Paris, France.