MUTerminal, Budapest invited Jack Gallagher back to the company to make a full evening work for their season opener in September 2012. By assembling an all age cast, including choreographer/director Adam Fejes and joining the piece himself, a 'three generation' perspective was created on the subject of male adoration for women. Early, mid and later life male perspectives on the sustainability of romance travel a compositional 'wave' form, as ideals interact with the coming and going of love. The women in the piece float in a free space, subjectively neutral, as the projected male idealistic fantasies bounce off the sturdy female ego. Rejection and attention, road block and revelation alternate. The public and the personal exposures continually fluctuate on an organic timeline by the strong theatrical constellation of 9 performers. The wave reappears in numerous strata of this dense and intense interdisciplinary composition. As the sound score composed and mixed by Gallagher takes the audience through sincere and vulnerable male sentiments, through radical shifts in expressive registers, through the process of trusting and letting go, in order to touch the endless possibility of renewal.
This wonderful young company can be checked out here:muterminal.hu/
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