Process Day by Sharon Eyal
A sensory experience transforming dancers into sleek, androgynous, nocturnal beings guided through shadows by a futuristic techno soundtrack. Pulsating movements capture the universal drive of striving for fulfilment and release.
This darkly delightful combination of cutting-edge choreography and club culture leaves you feeling its grip long after the piece is over. Award-winning duo Eyal and Behar have created a stream of critically acclaimed works for some of the world's leading companies including Batsheva Dance, Nederlands Dans Theater and Carte Blanche.
Creation and Choreography Sharon Eyal and Gai Behar
Assisted by Rebecca Hytting
Music Composition Ori Lichtik
Lighting Design Alon Cohen
Costume Design Rebecca Hytting and Sharon Eyal
The Herald ★★★★★
The Scotsman ★★★★
The Edinburgh Guide ★★★★
The Student Newspaper ★★★★
“Ominous and alluring” Edinburgh Festival Magazine ★★★★
"Sophisticated and oddly scintillating/danced with commanding presence” The Stage ★★★★
Your imagination tingles: this is bold, breath-taking stuff performed by a company at the top of its game
the company has never looked better
the future of dance appears to be in safe hands and is looking good.
Fascinating, and utterly absorbing