An Empty House (Full Of Air)
An Empty House (Full Of Air)

Our #FringeDuJour coverage continues with our ongoing look at some of the shows coming to the 2015 Vancouver Fringe Festival .

An Empty House (Full Of Air)
Pandora’s Park’s Field, Pandora Street

1. Tell us about your show.

Our show it’s about relationship, partnership in particular. It’s about an empty house that we decided to inhabit with our bodies and movement; a housethat we transformed into our creative space – the piece is the result of this process. During our process we discuss about what we considered important in performance and we tried to put these elements into the piece: breath, gaze, contact between bodies…
The piece is emotional, as it was the process. It’s funny and strong at the same time – it’s vulnerable especially because it’s a site specific show and the audience will be really REALLY! close to us.

2. Why should someone come see your show?

Because of the set up (its site specificity), originality and powerful performance. It is a dynamic show that will take you through a fun, ludic and energetic journey. And since you are inside of the performance world, you feel it all more intensively.

3. If your show was a superhero which superhero would it be, and why?

Wind Dancer, but we would like to invent a new superhero: Super air-baggers.

4. If you could see only one show at the Vancouver Fringe Festival, besides your own, what show would that be?

[email protected]%! – Valerie Christiansen & Marc-Oliver Harvey

The 2015 Vancouver Fringe Festival runs September 10-20 on Granville Island and stages around town. Visit http://vancouverfringe.com for tickets and information.