HYDE is a new piece of dance/theater that explores our attraction to the dark side and internal struggles, while posing the question- how do we move past duplicity? Abstracted from the iconic tale of Robert Louis Stevenson's "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde", HYDE is tender, funny, alarming and compelling. HYDE uses the language of the body in tandem with sound, vocalization, costume and video projection to create a recognizable and visceral piece about the human experience.
HYDE is created by choreographer/director Tracy Broyles with dancers Stephanie Lanckton, Mark Kline, Niko Thomas, Rebecca Harrison, Douglas Allen; musicians Adrian Hutapea, Lisa DeGrace, Videographer Stephen Miller, lighting designer Vanessa Pearl Janson, and costume designer Elodie Massa Allen
HYDE is supported by a project grant from RACC, and is partnering with p:ear to create continued support for art programs for at-risk youth.
HYDE will be performed at Studio 2 @ Zoomtopia for two weekends:
FRIDAY and SATURDAY at 8:00 pm
SUNDAY at 2:00 pm
2/27, 2/28, 3/1 and 3/6, 3/7 and 3/8
"We spend so much energy creating divides, first within ourselves, then within our families, our culture, our world. We are a deeply divided world, but I don't believe we have to be. I believe the next phase in consciousness will relate to moving beyond polarized thinking and into integration, but first we have to look at and honestly acknowledge our own darker aspects. And once we truly know ourselves, and what we are creating, then we can make a choice to transform. Part of HYDE allows the darker parts of our human experience to come out and play, and part of it questions: OK, now what, How do we transform that powerful and seductive energy held in our own shadows?" _Tracy Broyles
Studio Two (Zoomtopia Building) (View)
810 SE Belmont
Portland, OR 97214
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|