Wealth is an interesting production that combines elements of theatre and contemporary dance to explore themes of oppression and resistance.
Grace is a survivor of the Rwandan genocide looking for the doll that was stolen from her.
She encounters Nathan, a mysterious industrialist who sells action figurines animated by the dream of a perfect life. But Grace is not buying.
This is an assured London debut by Elephant’s Foot, a cross-disciplinary performance company with a radical political edge.
Wealth is written by Ben Charland. It’s on at Cable Street Studios, 566 Cable Street, London, E1W 3HB. 16-20 & 23-27 March 8pm. 20, 21 & 27 March 3pm. Adult: £8, Concession: £5
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