A work by William Forsythe
with live music by David Morrow

In »Decreation«, all communication is mediated, detoured, in a seamless flow of configuration and displacement as the piece re-forms itself continually around three questions. Sound is transformed, weeps and soars through bodies that move in constant, oblique tension. Dialogues, characters and physical commands migrate between the dancers; a rapid, slithering switch from body to body as the piece unfolds in a labyrinth of deformation, tenderness and rage.

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