You cannot have an excellent production of this play without actors that have strong chemistry, and Perrier, McLenigan, and Isaac have more chemistry onstage than Marie Curie’s lab.
[Tonia] Sina and [Alicia] Rodis, along with co-founder Siobhan Richardson, created the Pillars, the core protocol of IDI’s work and teaching. A codified process, the Pillars consist of Context, Communication, Consent, and Choreography. (They recently established a fifth pillar, Closure, to assist actors in walking away from a character after a performance.) Not having this process, Sina said, can be damaging and dangerous... IDI currently recommends six certified Intimacy Directors, with 16 candidates in training to become certified. Currently only established movement teachers, choreographers, and directors who have worked directly with a founder are able to apply for training.
with subtle movement choreographed by Colleen Hughes
Choreography is a standout
wonderfully inventive movement and dance coaching