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KATE MCINTOSH

Lake Life

14 – 15 Oct

Samuel Beckett Theatre

€20 adults / €15 children

90 mins, no interval

Country: New Zealand/Belgium

Talking Theatre:14 Oct, post show (7pm performance). With Kate McIntosh.

Ages: For Ages 10+

How changeable and fluid are we? How do we tangle with each other and the world? Lake Life is a collaborative game, a puzzle, and a celebration – step in with two feet and maybe leave with three.

The game is transformative, imaginary and real. The audience is invited to explore unprecedented spaces, a dreamlike world of imaginary bodies and self-transformation, where altered senses become palpable and the boundaries of identity are fluid.

While the socio-physical fragility created by the pandemic may be experienced differently by young and old, the (re)discovery of trust, fun, and free imagination is a collective concern. How can we break free from the roles we’re expected to play in the outside world? What connects us all? Perhaps it’s the possibility of imagining a new world where we can reinvent our ways from scratch.

The performance is participative, with light physical contact.

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