by Rowena Gander
Available to watch until the 31st July
Barely Visible is an empowering physical solo performance that brings focus to common issues that queer women face, including sexualisation, (fe)male gaze and what it really feels like to live in the shadows.
Incorporating the use of a 100-kilo vertical pole, acclaimed dance theatre artist, Rowena Gander, explores control and visibility in this moving and powerful semi-autobiographical performance.
How to Watch:
Barely Visible will be available to watch on Unity Online until the 31st July. You can watch the show through Vimeo for just £6, by clicking the Watch Now button.
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Warnings and Access
Film contains explicit and sexual language
This film contains optional captioning.
“An unmissable piece of theatre” — Uncover Liverpool
“An impressive physical performance by performer Rowena Gander” – Writebase
Performed and created by Rowena Gander
Directed by Elinor Randle – acclaimed artistic director of Tmesis Theatre and Physical Fest
Original sound score by Noel Jones
Lighting design by Phil Saunders
Produced by Claire Bigley
This work is supported Arts Council England and by Unity Theatre as part of their Open Artist Callout.
Photography by Andrew Ness