Pindorama review – a stunning but violent exercise in the boundaries of bodies and space

Studio Underground (State Theatre of WA), Perth festival
With no stage, no music and no clothes, Lia Rodrigues’ socially conscious work uses very little to great effect

The audience has been milling around the room for 10 minutes before the crowd begins to part. Two people have brought a tightly layered rectangle of clear plastic sheeting on to the middle of the crowded floor and are methodically unfolding it, ignoring the ticket-holders standing around them.

Soon the plastic tarp bridges the length of the studio floor. This appears to be the stage, so we sit cross-legged on either side, facing it.

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Source: Guardian Dance News

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