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An Imagined Solitude is physical theatre piece influenced by Edward Hopper’s paintings, the dance marathons of the 1930s and music from Nina Simone and Benny Goodman. Jill Greenhalgh has worked alongside the students to devise a performance, which had a single starting point, the title. Solitude is defined as a state or situation of being alone; a lonely or uninhabited place. Combining the physicality of the musical influences and Hopper’s strategy of ‘relentless simplification’ we have attempted to create a performance that stands to say a multitude of things.
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