Farrell Dyde Dance Theatre and Novodada present A Multitide of Sins
A Multitude of Sins comprises three new related dance theatre works created and performed by artistic director Farrell Dyde.
- Dream is set to a tape collage arranged by Farrell Dyde utilizing music by Simon Jeffes, Eric Satie and Frederick Chopin. Dream explores deep seated memories from childhood that emerge from the unconscious mind in dreams and fantasies.
- Girl is set to a tape collage arranged by Farrell Dyde with music by John Lennon and Paul McCartney. In Girl we travel back in time to look at parallels that existed then with what is happening today. The songs selected are all from the album Rubber Soul which was released in December of 1965 at a time when the turmoil at home and the war in Vietnam were gaining momentum. Here we follow one man - perhaps recollecting this time - when love and loss were at a premium.
- Precipice uses music by Andrew Poppy in a dramatic, minimalist score. Here the theme of “approach and withdrawal” is explored through pure movement. As Don Draper would say: “Our greatest fears lie in apprehension.”