IMAGINARIUM Life is a visual experiment where dance theatre and film fuse to shed light onto a dark world of desires and disorder translated by a new form of communication and language through body gestures, serving as an escape from the established social order. A creative experience fusing and integrating contemporary dance theatre and film, narrating the story of Ana and Ruben, who have decided to abandon his tormented life by taking refuge within their own imagination, which distances their from all material and emotional attachment, thus exorcizing his ego.

“Imaginarium Life,” opens Thursday Dec. 6 and runs Fridays and Saturdays from Dec. 7-22 at 8 p.m. at the SanBox, Miami Theater Center.

“I want more freedom.” “I want to be happy.” “I want to live free from pain and sorrow.” “I want to be free to do what I want to do.” Happiness and freedom have become these dual-driving forces that seem inextricably linked to our egos that no one seems to know anything about except that they want it, more of it and they want it now. Taran and Forte try to figure this out for us and I’m happy for that.

By Neil de la Flor (KnightArts Blog) Dec 3 2012

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