Ockham's Razor: Not Until We Are Lost

Ockham's Razor, Not Until We Are Lost

Not Until We Are Lost uses aerial movement to create atmospheric, exciting physical theatre in a series of short stories which explore what it is to be lost.

The show brings the audience into the heart of the action. The performance is viewed in new, innovative ways from within a unique set, featuring originally designed aerial structures. The images unfold above and around the audience as they journey through the narrative.

The aerial sculptures transform around the audience, creating physically and emotionally affecting environments. These shifts in perspective and gravity question how solid, how fixed, is the world around us?

Not Until We Are Lost has an original score from composer Graham Fitkin (twice winner British Composer awards) and features a choir from the local community put together especially for the show.

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Tour dates: June 2013 onwards

Technical specifications

Brief description of set:
The company have a free standing truss which measures 14mL x 4mW with a seperate point for the tower and Chinese pole, also free standing. There is a platform for the live musican and the audience move around lead by the performers, light and rope. The company have a sound design and Lx plan ready and there are site-specific elements to each show. Total space needed 20m x 17m approx
Min dimensions: 14.0m wide, 4.0m deep, 7.0m high
3 rigging points to hang chain hoists from to pull the truss up from, then it is free standing.
Lighting plan:
Crew on tour:
1 technical manager, 1 LX designer/relight, 1 company manager
Get in / get out:
3 days get in / 6-8 hours get out