For many in the US it is a time to ponder, confess, and memorialize our relationship to fear since 9/11. How vigilant do we need to be? What creates safety? InterPlay increases security by creating connection in many ways, even as we play with life challenges.
The Caution Tape Ritual served to memorialize victims of violent crimes, support homeless seniors who long for peace, grieve the death of Oscar Grant in Oakland, challenge diverse women in ministry, and others.
Listen to the Music of Soyinka Rahim as you Move Through the ritual sequence
Movement One: We move the roll of caution tape through the people. They grab on. ( with music or poetry or a bell)
Movement Two: We lift and view the web of caution we create.
Movement Three: We lower the tape and stand in silence. (Dancers may move into shape and stillness to music)
photo by Carly Rosin