Progress

Theatre (devised, dance)

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As far back as they can remember, Jasmine and Nikhil have been in a room with a dance mat, trying to win the iconic arcade game Dance Dance Revolution. It hasn't been going as well as they had hoped. Recently named one of the Guardian's Best Emerging Theatre Companies, Trip Hazards presents Progress: a playful and painful exploration of how friendship survives when we win and when we lose.

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Philip Monks 15 days ago

Thoughtful and with some good moves! As someone who remembers both dance mats (we had a PS1 version) and future-gazing, I really enjoyed this piece. A touching exploration of friendship too. Very enjoyable.


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Exeunt 13 days ago

"Progress acknowledges the frustrations of people who don’t move with natural grace (my people). The repeated instructing phrase of “feel yourself being pulled by a golden thread from the top of your head” is met by a movement that does not centre the body from the top of the head. If it was appropriate to shout “THAT IS ME,” I would have. What happens when your body does not operate that way? No amount of repetition and guidance will change the awkward result."

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The Scotsman (3/5 stars) 13 days ago

The interactive arcade game Dance Dance Revolution spread like wildfire across the world after its release in Japan in 1998. In this new work by theatre company Trip Hazards – which was behind last year’s show Love Songs by Alissa Anne Jeun Yi, who also worked on this show –...

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