The Whole Beast

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Le Devoir 

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The Whole Beast  is a solo work, created and performed by Lee Su-Feh, in which the dancer is butcher, meat, cook and the cooked.

Mining the singularity of her own body, Lee makes connections from bone and tissue to memory, dreams and desires. With fine precision and startling intimacy, Lee carves the spaces in and around the body, uncovering recipes and stories along the way, offering up a view of a life shaped and affected by food, love and loss.
The Whole Beast had its World Premiere March 2008 at the Festival Les Antipodes, Brest, France
Canadian Premiere October 9 -11, Scotiabank Dance Centre, Vancouver

Approximate running time: 65 minutes

Choreography & Performance
Su-Feh Lee

Su-Feh Lee,
with excerpts from Chuangzi,
Thomas Keller (The French Laundry),
Fergus Henderson (The Whole Beast – Nose to Tail Eating)

David McIntosh

Lighting Design
James Proudfoot

Jesse Zubot, Hespérion XX1, Henry Purcell, Saïan Supa Crew

Costume Design
Hajnalka Mandula

David McIntosh

Translation for French version
Frederika Renaud