Past shows :
ReCONNECT : A show with audience participation.
Seven artists. One life. Ten months of searching and exploring our emotions in the face of ecological crisis.
We have shared, danced, reflected, played, cried, laughed, questioned…
In the end, we have probably arrived with more questions than answers, and we would like to experience them with you.
Between profound sadness, anger, powerlessness, fear of the future, the emotions we bear in traversing the environmental, political and social crisis are often heavy, especially when we bear them alone, or when we hide them in the depths of our stomachs. What if we open a door and let those emotions out for a moment?
This multidisciplinary creation is inspired by the work of Joanna Macy, The Work That Reconnects. Joanna invites the following question: How can we be so conscious of plunging towards planetary suicide while we continue to act as though nothing were happening? How must this madness be affecting our collective unconscious?
Joanna’s journey, both spiritual and scientific, proposes that we embrace our pain regarding climate change while seeking to reconnect with the natural world of which we are unconsciously a part. She leads us down a path that changes our perspective, builds our strength and moves us forward to participate in so badly needed changes. This is the path that inspires us.
ReCONNECT is a collective work that invites you to share a poetic moment with uncertainty and vulnerability facing overwhelming realities, to share our collective power, our hopes and a few of the kinds of moments that make us want to live.
“Active Hope is not wishful thinking.
Active Hope is not waiting to be rescued . . . .
by some savior.
Active Hope is waking up to the beauty of life
on whose behalf we can act.”
Extracts of the show :
Lindex is a multidisciplinary improvisation group that I have started in 2011. We are a non hierarchal structure doing research in improvisation and presenting interactive shows of the results of our research. Please discover this work here :