The second half of the show was just as innovative and surprising as the first. Double Exposure (2010), took us into a more conventional movie setting. An actual scene of city streets unfolds on the screen, the characters, live and projected, transition seamlessly in and out of the cityscape. The amusing thing is, we see exactly how they do it, but this knowledge doesn’t take away from the magic of it all.
They have been at it for over 30 years. They have perfected it. I can’t wait to see how Bridgman/Packer will evolve into the future.
Thank you again Ferst Theater. You make an old modern dancer happy. I am never disappointed by the the artists you bring to Atlanta.