Publicly Private Me is a character-driven piece, which examined how humans make conscious changes in behaviour when we think we are or are not being watched. Three dancers playing one woman, the viewer became a voyeur as the dancer departed from the public sphere to unwittingly divulge her most private moments.
Publicly Private Me was commissioned as part of National Dance Company of Wales’ Alternative Routes season. The production toured across Wales as part of National Dance Company of Wales’ Alternative Routes season.
Photo by Roy Campbell-Moore