In Medias Res


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In Medias Res

[Latin, Into the heart of the subject, without preface or introduction.]

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In Medias Res is supported by a melodramatic but fittingly industrial electronic soundtrack by Robert Burroughs and Steve Legget, and given breath and beauty by intermittent live violin performances by Thomas Gregory Smith.
Although In Medias Res premiered last autumn, this performance, supported by Dance City, was a showcase of Nicole's work to an invited audience of leading figures within the national dance scene.
Jomphe examines the Horatian origins and medieval interpretations of the in medias res rule, to which the sixteenth century, like some ancient commentators, adds the notion of permutation -- retrospective passages summing up the genesis of the action.