To celebrate George Town Festival’s 2019 grand finale, WindRiver Productions, led by Aida Redza, dedicates a dance expressing power, poetry and the care for our island, reports Andrew Ng.
The performance (Part 1 above) begins by tracing the memory of our shoreline along Beach Street in Penang.
And as it moves up to the stage (Part 2 below), the dance starts to call attention to the concerns over our changing sea and landscape.
Reclaim serves as a stirring – a call-to-action through dance – on how we must first recover and protect the past before making forced changes to create a new future.
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