In a well curated 70 minute production, Transfer features the talents of Joshua Rutter (Berlin/New Zealand) and Jeremy Nelson (New York/New Zealand).

Tomorrow After All is Rutter’s first commission for Footnote. It opens with a series of electronic rhythms, immediately changing the energy in the theatre and focusing our attention upon a number of cylindrical inflated black garbage bags. The work begins with three dancers emerging with long wigs covering their face and speaking in raspy tones.

Hints of the Moirai (Spinners of Destiny in Greek mythology responsible for controlling the thread of life for all mortals) weave in with a smattering of pop culture references that examine sexuality, the environment and the artificial constructs we inadvertently create.