by Jason Booker
For Me? questions who performance is for and what performance might be. Is it as simple as a trip to the grocery store or an online commentary on a blog, or does performance only exist when an audience stands before you. For Me? occupies this space of reclaimed parkette with uneven ground, challenging the performers to dance faster and harder, to bring their equipment with them. This is theatre but in the most unconventional sense, choreography that debates how heavily we rely on each other to function whether as partners, families or the traditional dancer/audience trope to interpret the gestures that make up our lives.