Choreography by William Forsythe

»N.N.N.N.« appears as a mind in four parts, four men in a state of constant, tacit connection. Underscored by the sudden murmured flashes of Thom Willems music, the men enter into a complex, intense inscription. Their arms, heads, bodies and legs become singular voices, each tuned and in counterpoint to the other. The men write out a text of the voice of the body, slowly, then more and more rapidly, coalescing over and over into a linked entity of flinging arms, folding joints and a sharp, high sense of time.