Project Arts Centre presents



Dates: 17 Sep - 14 Jan

Tickets: €6

An original and passionate piece that draws on and explores dancer Yoram Mosenzon’s time in the Israeli army. This immediate work examines the deadly complexities of the choices he was forced to make. A physical, political and forceful story that combines comic absurdity and deadly seriousness to examine the impossibility of entrapment and the violence inherent in conflict.

Israeli Yoram Mosenzon has been working and living in Holland since 1999. He is trained in dance, choreography and experimental performance. His work combines physical theatre and performance art, with the body as the main creative source.

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