An arena show is a wonderful hybrid between an event and a happening. There is an aliveness to the crowd that is absent within the confines of more formal venues and yet there are moments of intimacy when our focus is enveloped in an act of pure witnessing.
The ebb and flow of these live events rests as much on the moments of audience reaction and participation as it does on the architecture of the performance, making both intertwined in carrying the event.
This double-sided stage, that literally split the audience in two, offered unique ways of presenting the flow of motion and movement, visual, music and sound that played off the backdrop of the audience facing each other. Delivering Delirium to 85 cites in just under a year was exhilarating, demanding and always a thrill.