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ROMA is a dance theatre production that explores the notions of belonging, nationhood and cross-cultural identity, told through the semi-biographical account of Anthony's English mother and Sicilian father.
It examines our quest for someone to love and for a place to call home, entangled within the complexities of heritage, tradition, language and family.
Two men tenderly and tentatively move through a series of moments in which they attempt to communicate their affection for one another.
Without words, L'uomo (the man) explores constraint, tension and delicacy, at times impulsive and heartfelt and at others premeditated and fraught with the fear of prejudice, employing the male touch as a conduit for something that seeks to be beautiful.
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