Hidden Door Live is entitled Remedy for Memory, curated by Tess Letham.
Remedy for Memory explores fantasy, ritual, love, friendship, memory, healing and romance through a comical and tender narrative. Revealing intimate anecdotes and pushing the boundaries of our own reality.
The live show will broadcast at 7pm on Tuesday 24 November.
Tess is an independent dance artist based in Edinburgh, Scotland, working for the last 8 years as a performer, maker and teacher. Her performance work has included productions by Curious Seed, David Zambrano, Shotput, Cultured Mongrel, Anahat Theatre, Alan Greig Dance Theatre, PanicLab, All or Nothing Aerial Dance Theatre and Mairead McClean/The Wapping Project.
Her inaugural show, a self choreographed solo titled How to Survive the Future premiered at Hidden Door Festival 2017, and following was programmed at festivals across the UK, including the Dance Base Fringe 2018.
Her work, with current emphasis in improvisation and physical theatre, utilises the experiences encountered in life to draw upon, constructing obscure and deeply authentic environments, bringing the audience fully into an intriguing theatrical world. Her projects combine her passions for multi-disciplinary theatre, dynamic physicality and integrated live sound/music.
Remedy for Memory is funded by Creative Scotland, supported by The Work Room, Citymoves Dance Agency and Dance Base.
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