Ame Henderson is no stranger to World Stage. In 2010, her company, Public Recordings, premiered relay, a performance that blurred the often hard-and-fast line between audience and performer.
Pushing off from relay, what we are saying expands Public Recordings’ experimental repertoire using language and movement to explore the possibility of a leaderless togetherness. A huge room filled with chairs is the obstacle necessitating a unified strategy from the performers and the audience. How we do it is everyone’s guess.
“What’s really different about Ame’s approach is that she looks at choreography almost as a social experiment,” says Tina Rasmussen, in the video below.
Check out the video to hear more about Tina’s thoughts on this distinctive work by one of Canada’s most innovative choreographers.
what we are saying
Ame Henderson/Public Recordings (Canada)
The Power Plant
Presented by World Stage in association with The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery