A fable of love, lust and heartbreak in the modern age.
Using the social perceptions of a simple word – fuck – and its transformation throughout recent history from a highly censored word to its present expressive acceptance, this conceptual dance work aspires to define a period in evolution that is of the immediate – the here and now – through a theatrical and exploratory landscape.
"To ‘fuck’ is humanity at its best and at most base, at its highest form of intimacy and lowest. It is a word and an action that divides the generations, divides the sexes, divides the moral compass. At the same time, of course, it creates."
- D.A. Hoskins
March 23-27 at Workman Arts Theatre, 651 Dufferin Street Toronto.
Wed-Sat 8pm, Sat & Sun 2pm.
Tickets $25 – Student/Senior/CADA $20 – Saturday Matinee PWYC