A new performance work that explores different ways teenagers and adults talk about their bodies - including, pain, ageing, pleasure, grief, shame, sexuality, boundaries and consent.
The work will involve the teenage performers phoning in from the safe havens of their homes across Manchester and Amsterdam, speaking live to the audience in the hope of finding the wisdom of age and experience.
Samara Hersch is a theatre maker and director who explores the intersection of contemporary performance and community engagement. She is interested in finding new ways of listening and public acts of intimacy, imagining different ways for non-professional performers and audiences to connect.
Part of SICK! Festival 2019.
This performance includes audience interaction and may include sexual content and strong language.
This event takes place at STUN Studio
STUN Studio, Z Arts 335 Stretford Road, Manchester, M15 5ZA
Realized in the framework of the European Project Be SpectACTive and funded by the Australia Council for the Arts.