The nice thing about the Undercurrents theatre festival having moved downtown to Arts Court theatre (previously housed at the Irving Greenberg Centre) is that it is now much easier to accommodate performances so small and so intimate that even the black box theatre is too large. A prime example is Air, a thirty minute physical piece out of Guelph, directed by Richard Beaune and performed by Trevor Copp. The smaller stage space in the lobby, though not as soundproof as one might like, allows the audience to get a closer, more focused look at Copp’s movement style.

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