Letters Under Rock

“Letters Under Rock” Poetry Performance collects from many landscapes and faith traditions: Morocco, Ireland, the Sahara, India, Japan, Cambodia, etc. Animism, angels, Tibetan Buddhism, Hinduism, Desert Mothers, Saints, etc. There are rituals, ghosts, forest spirits, rebirth, mollusk that tells a story, dragon, heron, swan. This story reaches across time and space told in love letters left under a rock of an orphan Wanderer and a Nomad. Written and performed by Cindy Rinne and Bory Thach.

 

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3 reviews for Letters Under Rock

  1. Michael Thomas Cooper

    It’s basically spirit through the medium of body in action.

  2. Martha Aponte

    Cindy and Bory transformed the Lancaster Museum of Art and History – MOAH into a sacred space by being in perfect harmony with each other. There was something intangible that emanated from their words and choreography that transported the viewers beyond time and space. They produced a unique moment of grace when all the distractions of the world disappeared. Thank you, Cindy and Bory for sharing your sacred choreography with the audience.

  3. Nicelle David

    Letters Under Rock is part poetry, dance, and wearable art – beyond that it is a rare glimpse of artistic intimacy. Cindy Rinne and Bory Thach move with a sense of purpose and sincerity that leave the audience awed by the power of beauty, love, and friendship.

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