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Live Arts Exchange [LAX] Festival: Paul Outlaw & Joe Seely, DUET
Monday, October 17, 2022
Performance Duration: 45 mins
Ahmanson Auditorium, MOCA Grand Ave
Painful, crusty–two seasoned satyrs wrap themselves in a velvet artifice of memory. DUET is a new devised performance work that explores boyhood, maturity, and mortality through storytelling, movement, and mask work.
DUET is a new devised performance work-in-progress that explores boyhood, maturity and mortality through storytelling, movement, masks, and video.
A 15-minute version of DUET was performed at Human Resources LA in Spring 2022.
Original text, dramaturgy and images: Paul Outlaw and Joe Seely
Masks and accessories: Joe Seely
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