The dance work focuses on the lives of people under the epidemic, and explores the overwhelming impact of people on their daily lives. People tried to entertain themselves at home during the isolation, by socializing online, playing virtual games, hosting their own parties, festivals with a strong sense of ritual, and playing in fear and boredom — like the characters in Boccaccio’s Decameron, who hide in their villas and ride the Black Death and entertain each other with stories. But the emotions behind it are anxiety, fear, waiting. This work is presented in the form of physical theater and will be livestreamed through the RoeShow.
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