INTERCONNECTED: THE TANGLE

By Robin Levine & Maya Michele Fein

 

Summer 2022

Director, Writer, Choreographer by: Robin Levine

Production Designer (Lighting/Scenic/Costumes): Maya Michele Fein

Sound Composer: Jevares C. Myrick

Photography: Marc Olencki & Maya Michele Fein

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Interconnected 2022 is the second of many workshop developments of this dance theatre piece about mental health. This version was a short piece comprised of seven main sections. The first is a group coming together to form a community of support. The second is a solo piece about finding the strength to function. The third has a chorus of chaotic and energetic dancers that the soloist attempts to join, but becomes overwhelmed. The fourth shows duet of entanglement. The fifth is the ensemble returning to reach for hope. The sixth is the internal struggle to look oneself in the mirror and trying to break out of their own cage. The last is a girl connecting with the creature Bevie who takes her on a journey with ups and downs.  The show aims to develop empathy, de-stigmatize mental health challenges, and educate the community. This version was sponsored by Wofford College's Faculty Student Collaboration Summer Research Grant

INTERCONNECTED 2021

By Robin Levine & Maya Michele Fein

 

Summer 2021

Directed/Choreographed by: Robin Levine

Production Designer (Lighting/Scenic/Costumes): Maya Michele Fein

Sound Composer: Jevares C. Myrick

Associate Production Designer: Catherine M. Pratt

Photography: Maya Michele Fein

 

 

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Interconnected 2021 is the first of many workshop developments of this dance theatre piece about mental health. This version was a short piece comprise of three main sections. The first is a solo piece about finding the strength to function. The second has a chorus of chaotic and energetic dancers that swirl around the soloist. The third shows solos and a duet of entanglement. The show aims to develop empathy, destigmatize mental health challenges, and educate the community. This version was sponsored by Wofford College's Faculty Summer Research Grant