Goodbye conscious consumer, hello Capitalist perfection, from farm to fridge all neatly disguised for your ethical pleasure.
MEAT is a contemporary dance-theatre work choreographed by Tui Hofmann in collaboration with DANCE PLANT Collective. It unwraps the meat industry and exploring its social and environmental implications. MEAT offers an immersive and penetrating dive into the unsettling psychology of consumption; what are you consuming and what consumes you?
MEAT comes to you following the Melbourne Fringe Festival and a SOLD OUT season in Auckland.
“MEAT confronts topics that others necessarily wouldn’t and that’s what makes it so engaging. It challenges the norm which is exactly what needs to be done in dance. It will make you feel something...” - DANZ
“MEAT offers a promising insight into an ambitious young company that is dealing with complex ethical problems.” - Witness Performance
“You would have to be made of stone not to be powerfully moved...” - PETA
“...striking...unexpected...” - Theatreview
MEAT is supported by Dunedin Dream Brokerage. Check www.dunedinfringe.nz for venue details.
Warning: Nudity, graphic content, strobe lighting
Fringe Tags; Dance, Physical Theatre, Theatre