In the movement
A dance multimedia performance
Directed by Lenora Lee Dance | San Francisco | US
‘In the Movement‘ is a heartfelt and explosive dance piece focusing on separation of families and mass detention of immigrants as forms of incarceration. It serves as a meditation on reconciliation and restorative justice, speaking to the power of individuals and communities to transcend.
Review: Lenora Lee Dance – In the Movement, ODC Theater San Francisco by Jen Norris
‘Moyra Silva Rodriguez, with fists clenched, performs a powerful solo. At one point she performs a handstand flip, perhaps a metaphor for the ways in which immigrants are forced to contort themselves to fit in’
Written and directed by Adriana Alvarez Alexander | Cinematography: Fernando Vega | Cast: Alberick Garcia, Moyra Silva, Andre Silva and Delfina Paredes.
Produced by Del Barrio Producciones
Based on original text by Alfred Jarry
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