January 2011
Contact Quarterly;Annual2011, Vol. 36 Issue 1, p29
An interview with dancer and director Julyen Hamilton is presented. Hamilton considers a theatre as a place where people can arrive, sense and listen to a live performance. He mentions his taste for daily quotidian objects that are recognizable and not for abstract objects. He cites relates intuition to the future and instinct to the past.


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