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Jay Pather (Body of Evidence)
Jay Pather (Body of Evidence)


Tuesday, October 2nd and Wednesday, October 3rd – 8.00 P.M – Market Theatre  – 90 minutes

Jay Pather / Siwela Sonke Dance Theatre / South Africa

Drawn from films and different times, the protagonists of Body of Evidence seem to be the proponents of an anatomist science fiction, with a strange and fragmented narrative, like this body which appears in sections, from head to toe, on the background screen. This is the space-time of dreams and memories, the re-reading of an uncertain and phantasmatic history. Body of Evidence is a work which is as much plastic as choreographic or musical. There is an operatic dimension which mixes the past with a present where issues of gender and sex involve themselves in the most deeply rooted convictions, perverting cultural models. Who are the heroes? Who are the victims? Boundaries blur, identities dissolve, the piece builds up signs and styles, bringing in other stories and structuring itself as if unconscious, with a return of the displaced… in this case the corpus delicti.

Choreography: Jay Pather
Dancers: Mxolisi Nkomonde, Nkanyiso Kunene, Sandile Mkhize, Ntombi Gasa, Neliswa Rushualang, Sibusiso Gantsa, Shaun Oelf, Siyanda Duma, John Cartwright, Siyabonga  Mhlongo
Technician: Themba Stewart, Dominique Jossie
Video: Storm Janse Van Rensberg
Lighting: Vaughn Sadie
Sound: James Webb
With the support of: National Arts Council.

Contact : + 27 08 32 90 29 10 /
+ 27 07 67 09 10 41 /


Jay Pather is Artistic Director of Siwela Sonke Dance Theatre. Pather’s work has traveled widely, extending across discipline, site and culture. He has collaborated with visual artists, architects and urban planners, since 1984.

Siwela Sonke Dance Theatre celebrates its fifteenth year this year. The company has performed extensively in South Africa and abroad. They have toured Germany, India, Sri Lanka, London, Madagascar, Zanzibar, the United States, and France. Most recent visits have been to Copenhagen with Blind Spot, Den Haag with Body of Evidence and to Johanesburg and Cape Town with Qaphela Caesar.


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