I will keep Diavolo on my list of must-see entertainment.
When watching a dance performance, I expect moving bodies performing rehearsed movements. Sometimes texts, sets, and props are added to support the intention. This can either give the audience an entry point into the work being performed or merely heighten the theatrical experience for the viewer.
After seeing Diavolo’s “Architecture in Motion,” I questioned if some dance shows should be placed in the genre of performance art if the work relies heavily on sets, pageantry, prop manipulation, and acrobatics. Read review