Lost in grey is about a very recognizable human situation. A couple has experienced something traumatic and tries to find each other again. The road to each other is less easy than they would like. Both have a lot to deal with, stuck in their projections, expectations, disappointments and emotions. The woman loses herself in a game she creates with wool, and the man creates his own world with knitting needles. They need each other, just like the wool and the knitting needles, and they want to find each other. But is this will strong enough?
Lost in gray reminds us how fleeting things in life can be. We think we have something that is working and is all right and suddenly it can be gone. It slips out of your fingers without you realizing at all. And then what? The awareness, the amazement, the questions that follow are universal and recognizable to all. This performance really reaches the audience and is touching.
Is there a way "back to love" or is there just a new way to create?
How recognizable is loss in love where you often loose yourself too?
In addition, this performance is also a pleasure for the eye. Two beautiful dancers who, through manipulation of Indian dance material, a simple setting, and beautiful captivating music, bring us to their world of loss, nostalgia, hope and desire.
Lost in grey is a show that doesn’t leave you untouched.
The dancers are very strong in putting out their own story and their presence and they complement each other organically. The Israeli Eilit Marom has been dancing in the Netherlands for years and with her touching and at the same time very penetrating presence, her softness and her strength, she really reaches the audience. Christian Guerematchi is a versatile dancer who, with his suppleness, his dynamism and his emotionality, leaves no one untouched.
Due to the interesting use of Indian hand and foot movements, these two dancers create a special duet with the power of dance and emotional charge that hits the spot.