Interior Design is a dance theatre work based on the double-meaning of the title phrase. How do we design and inhabit our living space, and how do we design our own internal spaces?
A couple moves into a new space together, and the process is hilarious, strange and intimate. They navigate nosy neighbors, profound loss, inside jokes, and a sea of boxes.
The piece premiered at the Seattle International Dance Festival in June 2017. Available for touring.
“Through the wonderful performances of Jonathan Bryant and Hyosun Choi, Karlin artfully takes on bigotry, loss and love.” - Jeff Slayton, Bachtrack
“Invertigo Dance Theatre — masters of storytelling through dance” - Mark Hein, Theatre Ghost
“By turns comic, lyrical, and tragic, the duo glided smoothly from lightness to Choi’s painfully dark solo, and then to a wiser, warmer place.” - Mark Hein, Theatre Ghost
“Let choreographer Laura Karlin decorate your home” - Debra Levine, Arts Meme
“A high point of the fun opening night of the Los Angeles Dance Festival last weekend... Karlin’s piece created a home within a home... Karlin shows confident facility in keeping this domestic drama advancing” - Debra Levine, Arts Meme
“The movement and choreography were phenomenal, and there was much humor involved.” - Karen Salkin, itsnotaboutme.tv
To learn more about Invertigo Dance Theatre and our community programs, view our 2018 EPK.