Maybe If You Choreograph Me, You Will Feel Better
Maybe If You Choreograph Me, You Will Feel Better is an interactive performance set between a street and a window. The show takes the form of a relationship between one male audience member and one female performer. The audience member looks out of a window onto the street. Somewhere, among the dozens of passersby, he will find a woman who will obey his every instruction.
“A thought-provoking half-hour which has deep political resonances, and says much about who may or may not hold the balance of power.” — The Herald
“Ambitious, thoughtful, challenging, interesting.”
— Total Theatre
Reviews & Media
Donal Hutera, “Solo Show with A Unique Experience,” The List.
Lyn Gardner, “Do Theatre Audiences Really Decide What Shows They See,” The Guardian .
Tania El Khoury, “Why Is It Only for Men?,” T Notes.
Total Theatre Award for Innovation, 2011
Arches Brick Award, 2011
Battersea Arts Centre, London
Forest Fringe, Edinburgh
The Arches, Glasgow
Absolut Fringe, Dublin
City of Women, Ljubljana
Created and Performed by Tania El Khoury
Voice and Music by Laura Whitticase
Commissioned by Battersea Arts Centre, London