Live Art / 27-27 April 2024

GONER: marikiscrycrycry

Tickets: €16 / €14
Show Time: 8:30pm

The Goner is someone who is doomed with no chance of survival—bound to death, a lost and hopeless case.

This work follows this figure on a sensuous, suspense-filled and fearsome choreographic journey into the psychological depths of the Goner’s horror. Lightly touching on the topics of abuse, Caribbean migration, alienation, belonging, addiction, and violence, Goner is utilising the formal tools of solo authorship and the aesthetics of horror to create radical visual culture from the marginalised perspective, and to tease out and establish a Black tradition of horror for the live context. How do we look at culturally specific narratives against a backdrop of thrilling, bloody, and psychological horror?

This event is part of Live Collision International Festival 2024.

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Credits

Choreography Malik Nashad Sharpe

Musical Direction Tabitha Thorlu-Bangura

Set Design Felix Villiers

Lighting Design Barnaby Booth

Costume Design Erik Annerborn

Production Manager James Dawson

Assistant Production Manager Han Sayles

Project Producer Michael Kitchin

Strategic Producers The Uncultured

Music Composition and Sound Design  Luke Blair

Rehearsal Direction Blue Makwana

Dramaturgical Support Jay Miller

Hair ManWigs

Featuring music by Arif Cooper (R.I.P.), De Schuurman, Poundshoppe, and Don Sinini 

Voiceover OBOBOB 

Text Consultancy Travis Alabanza

Promotional Images Ralf Hersborg

Promotional Styling HASZNAT*

Trailer/Short Film Sinisa

Trailer/Image Movement Direction Ethan Samuel Jacobs

Trailer Talent Isabelle Gzowski, Gabriel Chen, Chloe Filani, Iman Villaruel, Shemi Cudjoe

Trailer Sound: ‘Body of Carbon’ by Croation Amor and Varg2TM courtesy of Posh Isolation

Funding

Live Collision is funded by The Arts Council and Dublin City Council Arts Office.

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