The creative play on a young man’s eventful life and how he molds his perspective about who he is and what he can do.
This play was more than a play. It was an experience. It drags you into the life of an unordinary 15 year old young man from Europe. He is extremely smart, yet, others he encounter in the play would probably say too smart for his own good. However, through his expanding curiosity, the play allows you to be a part of his mind as he goes on a journey to answer his many questions about why life is the way it is.
You only live once, because you can never know what will happen in the next moment.
By: Deja Cook- Reynolds
From the beginning of this performance, Virago- Man Dem, I thought there was something peculiar about this piece. The dancers were all standing at different corners, they appear at different times, and they just seemed a little too still for me, since they weren’t moving at first. Then, they began to move, but not in the way that most people would consider dancing. They started to shake, scratch, slow motion stepping, and I couldn’t help to but think about what the HELL did I get myself into. The dancers looked like they were having an outer body experience, and I didn’t know if they need help or if they were trying to reveal the unknown to me. But I know one thing is for sure, I couldn’t stop watching. Continue reading “Jungle Book Chronicles”