She camps on the fringes, picking through the scorched remains of a broken family, wringing her hands over wrongdoing and non-machine washable fabrics.
Set in a 1978 Viscount Explorer caravan for a maximum of eight audience members, Cabin Fever is a danced eulogy.
Expect to move and be moved in this half hour encounter with a woman contemplating escape.
Warning: Contains mild coarse language, high level of audience participation
“Top-notch, intimate, cross-artform physical theatre”— Lisa Lanzi, Theatre Travels
“Absorbing, immersive... a must-see new show... She does what she does best, which is tell a story that is at once individual, emotional and psychological”—Peter Burdon, The Advertiser*****
“Outstanding but seamless confluence of physicality, digital video, text and voice” — Lisa Lanzi, Theatre Travels
"Dianne Reid’s experimental work challenges the boundaries between dance performance and dance spectator"— Rachel Donnelly, Festival Journal, Edinburgh