"Lie to me" is a queer translation of a heteronormative structure. Taking Inspiration from Sheryl Crow's "Strong Enough," Lie to Me explores strength and toxic masculinity in queer male-identified romantic relationships.
This solo reel is composed of four separate studies inspired by compositional structures of Melissa Fenley, Shinichi Iova-Koga, Sheldon Smith, and Wax Poet(s)Performance Collective.
"A Break" looks at dissociation, power dynamics, and the fragility of time and memory.
Performed by Christina Carter and Zackary Forcum.
"The Rage in this Cage" is the initial work in the series, "Into the Void" and explored rage as a force, the process of becoming, and the nature of choice.
This film is compromised of excerpts from Zackary Forcum's dance theatre work, "Still Here." The piece is set in the mind of the character known as Nancy, While she engages in a therapy session with her psychoanalyst in the mid-1980s.
"Three" is the result from a choreographic study based on Molissa's Fenley's Patterned Space choreographic structural axis.
"Addict" is about a person who realizes they are lost, and their decision to not remain so.
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