Dates and Times
Tue 25 - Wed 26 Feb 2020 at 7.15pm & 9pm
Featured in our Spring 2020 programme. Browse the full line-up here.
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Be sure to read Nataly Lebouleux ‘s blog post discussing the process behind creating Mina here.
Presented by Improbable Dolls/Nataly Lebouleux
This production is accessible to D/deaf and hard of hearing audiences through creative captioning integrated into the fabric of the piece.
An experimental reworking of Paper Thin , Nataly Lebouleux’s award-winning animated film, this piece uses an innovative cross-art language and style to explore the controversial issue of conversion therapy and gay exorcisms, practices still used across the world today. Combining film, animation, physicality and sound, this enigmatic piece is fluid, layered and open to interpretations.
There will be post-show discussions for audience members on Feb 25th with the production’s creative team, focusing on the devising process and themes which inspired the creation of Mina.
Supported by Arts Council England, ALRA, Superbia, CIT, and HOME.
“A fascinating experiment in merging theatre with film.” – Manchester Theatre Awards.
“Wonderful and very moving” – Ruth Gould – Artistic Director, DaDafest.
CONTENT TO CONSIDER
This performance contains some content that some might find distressing. To read the detailed synopsis of the content to consider, please click here.
This performance includes flashing lights.
If you have any other questions or enquiries that are not covered here please do get in touch by calling 0207 419 4841 or email James, our General Manager on [email protected].
About the company
Nataly Lebouleux is an interdisciplinary artist working with moving image and performance. She spent 10 years making experimental award-winning animation films under the name Improbable Dolls before exploring how to take her surreal narratives to the stage. Her work is immersive, relying on film, sound, light and physicality to create a unique style of visual storytelling at times closer to performance art than traditional theatre.