Quests was the second site-sensitive performance in a trilogy of work. Following the success of In Situ, D’Arquian returned to explore and deconstruct the multiplicity of self and myths of humanity.
Quests transformed Greenwich Dance’s home, The Borough Hall, into multiple worlds in which temporalities and places coexisted.
Quests is a story of love, loss and creation, in which we are constantly faced with crossroads. As a spectator of this fragmented reality, where the roads of dreams and memories are not so dissimilar, audiences were led to examine their own disjointed self.
Quests was commissioned by Greenwich Dance and supported by Arts Council England, Trinity Laban and DanceEast.
Performers: Typhaine Delaup, Anne-Gaelle Thiriot, Marc Stevenson, Phillipe Lenzini, bruno Humberto, Ottillie Parfitt, Clara Sjolin, Tara D’arquian and an incredible community cast.
Sound Artist: Phillipe Lenzini, Bruno Humberto
Theatre Light Design: Genevieve Giron
Costume, set & Art Direction: Yann Seabra
General Manager: Andrej Gubano
February 2016, The Borough Hall of Greenwich.
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