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AFTER METAMORPHOSIS is a choreography of movement, words, and visuals that looks through the eyes of insects to both lampoon and celebrate humanity. This dramatic reworking of Kafka’s classic seeks to weaponize the surrealism of the original text into a wild rumpus; a satire of identity and conformity.
A new collaboration between physical theatre artist Lewis Sherlock and performance writer Ali Maloney, AFTER METAMORPHOSIS scuttles about themes of imposter syndrome, identity, corporations, the hive mind, and our relationship with the insect ecosystem in a piece that is equally intense and brooding as it is playful and mischievous.
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