This Is Me:
Letters From The Front Lines
Film and Choreography by Diavolo
Generously sponsored by Kathleen P. Martin.
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After celebrating its 25th Anniversary at The Soraya in 2017, Diavolo returns for the 4th engagement — this time as an online performance. This Is Me is a dance film exploring how the current climate of isolation has encouraged us to look within ourselves. We follow the paths of military veterans and first responders as they share what it means to be a true warrior — to be on the front lines — and fight the invisible enemy that all humanity is currently battling. At a time when most have been asked to halt and withdraw, others, like soldiers, are charging forward. This Is Me: Letters From The Front Lines captures the resilience, determination, and hope of the human spirit.
Commissioned by The Soraya at CSUN, with Support from Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, Produced by Diavolo
ABOUT THE COMPANY
DIAVOLO | Architecture in Motion®, the renowned Los Angeles-based dance company, was founded in 1992 by Artistic Director Jacques Heim, an inquisitive guy who combined his academic background in theater, film, and dance with a passion for architecture. Thanks to Heim and his talented crew of dancers, designers, and engineers, the Company, for more than 25 years, has been applauded internationally for its ability to display surprising movement against a backdrop of elaborately designed space, all while entertaining audiences with what is, in fact, a new art form.