Handful of Nothing
A work-in-progress showing by Tilly Lee-Kronick
She’s at a threshold. Again.
Weighing up her options. Hungry for autonomy. Craving for others to decide.
Heavy with choice. Light with emptiness.
Aching to fly away.
‘Handful of Nothing’ is a semi-autobiographical exploration of how we react when confronted with challenge and uncertainty, with questions of our worth and weight. Using unusual aerial on bespoke equipment, spoken text, contemporary dance and an original score, Tilly will give you an insight into the place of limbo in which she often finds herself.
We’re delighted to welcome Tilly to our stage following a 2-day residency developing this piece at Circomedia.
Concept, Performer and Creator: Tilly Lee-Kronick
Director and Designer: Mish Weaver
Composition: Isaac Lee-Kronick
Costume: Poppy Lees
Mentorship and writing support: Matilda Leyser
Production photography by Mark Morreau
With thanks to Arts Council England, The Place, Dance East and Circomedia.