Tableaux features five women inquiring about confinement and freedom, while finding themselves constrained on an island of boxes, trapped by the constrictions of society and themselves. Faced with numerous challenges set before them the artists collectively harness their physicality to the extreme overcoming these limitations by empowering and igniting their rescourcefulness.
Incorporating contortion, dance, aerial acrobatics and humor the artist’s work together toward freedom while the audience embarks on a poetic and visually enticing journey where expectations bend, movement twists and the body encapsulates the imagination in a mentally and physically spell-binding theatrical adventure.
"Choreographed and directed by Aloysia Gavre and developed in partnership with her husband Rex Camphuis, this work is part of an ongoing commitment to create moving and intimate pieces through which audiences are both captivated by the environment and the artists skills. We may experience moments of visual shock onstage that seem to separate us as viewers from the performers, but the work is all-encompassing as gradually envelopes us with a comforting sense of synchronicity and unity, ultimately bringing us together." Alex Matthews Dance Resource Center- Director of Programming
"Tableaux perfectly captures everything a choreographer strives for; taking a familiar medium and making it entirely new. This new work breaks molds, opens minds and leaves you wanting to be the first to see where where it will take you next." Michael Pena Associate Choreographer- 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony
"Tableaux perfectly captures everything a choreographer strives for; taking a familiar medium and making it entirely new. This new work breaks molds, opens minds and leaves you wanting to be the first to see where where it will take you next." -Michael Pena Associate Choreographer- 2012 Olympics Opening Ceremony