“11:11” by Sur Oeste Arte Escenico of Mexico City, MX.
Friday, Nov. 2nd, 7:30pm Performance, 7:00pm Doors, DAC Theater
$22 General Admission, $18 Student and DAC Member
Note: Audience will stand and follow performers around the space for the duration of the 50 minute show (wear comfortable shoes).
DAC is pleased to present an internationally recognized Mexican dance/theater performance group to the stage on the second night of Festival de los Muertos, Sur Oeste Arte Escenico. Sur Oeste will perform, “11:11”, a show was premiered in September 2017 in Cuba and it explores the cycle of life and death and the search for meaning in both. It was inspired by Jane Alexander’s “African Adventure”, an installation at the Tate Modern Art Museum in London. “11:11” is a multidisciplinary dance performance that reflects the anguish and impotence of the mexican social, political, and economic environment. Where nothing happens. Where every year is the same. Every day is the same. Every hour and minute is the same. All repeated as an infinite cycle. What is needed to determine if we are are animals or human beings, hunters or prey, victim or victimizer. Where do we find the beauty in monotony and passivity?