Picture three crayons – green, rose and sea foam. These are the crayons left in the box, the ones never chosen. They jostle, jump over and climb onto each other, always looking upward, itching to be picked.
Such is the idea behind "Krayola," a playful piece by Aura Curiatlas Physical Theatre. It might seem far-fetched, but once performed, the piece makes sense.
"People understand our work in a lot of different ways," said co-director Joan Gavaler. "They need to use their imagination to kind of go with us into the environments we're creating."
Audiences can step into the Aura Curiatlas world at "Dream Logic," presented...