Photography 1,2,3 by Augustin Le Gall and 4,5,6,7,8 by Darrin Zammit Lupi
Grace and Rofflu (2009) supposes a seemingly typical relationship between two Mediterraneans that flies from the epitome of love to the nightmare of domestic abuse. The two characters perform poetic sequences of movements, merging dance techniques with physical theatre.The audience are voyeurs witnessing one woman’s delicate individual feelings clash against one male’s aggressive expression.
“Grace u Rofflu was really one of those rare performances which cannot be expressed or properly described in words, because no amount of black on white can do justice to such a poetic piece of choreography. They truly managed to create magic by portraying the everyday and the mundane aspects of life.”
The Times Weekender, Lisa Gwen Baldacchino, October 2009
Visual Artist and Set Designer
Philip Zammit (Guitar/Cello)
Malta Council for Culture and the Arts