|Event||Possessed/Dispossessed v.2/Corporeal Mime Theatre Workshops||
|Venue||Teater Arena, TIM, Jakarta, Indonesia|
|Umbrella Event||Festival Nopember 1992, Entr’acte Indonesian DFAT Tour 1992|
|First Date||5 November 1992|
|Last Date||7 November 1992|
|Part of a Tour||Yes|
|Description||Performances 6 & 7 November.“…Entracte…present(s) basic movements …through the rhythm of the performance, carefully crafted through composition, stage design, and full utilisation of the set, these simple movements are given strength. They are also supported by rich idioms of scenes which avoid repetition….Set against a backdrop of death….the performance remains strong because of the mystery of death itself. It is that element of mystery that makes death ever topical. ….Death is both the beginning as well as the ending point of the performance, and every performer has a different interpretation of the journey between those two points….Even before death, they are terrorised by death….
….There is little spoken text…Even though their words can clarify the message, the meaning is already in the movement….. “ Kompas, Jakarta.
5/11 Jakarta: Pascal Baxter gave on the job technical tuition
|Further Information||Additional costumes Mr and Mrs Molino. State Library of NSW - Xerox/Kurzweil Personal Reader.The Listening Room ABC Radio - soundtrack recording. P/D premiered at The Performance Space in 1991. ETL returned to TPS for a brief season prior to 1992 Indonesian tour. Original collaborators included Deborah Leiser, Gregory Hordacre, Rose Clemente and on-stage presence of Paul Charlier.|