Wave, which is a continuity, as in a mental voyage, to two other previous productions, (…), completes a discourse ramified in several branches, in its double nature of work divided-united in a formal, first half made up of passages in-out of scene and intense micro dances that are born from variations about “families of gestures”, according to a trend that the American post modernism offered to the old Europe, and in a second half “expressive-performing” with the dancers with their face covered paying attention to a collective work of riddle improvising. The choreographer explains: “The reading of the show, to me, should be understood in the meaning of loss, of un-memorization, of the emptying, of the isolation also as a metaphor of the psychological nakedness and of the identity in its impersonal condition”. (Elisa Vaccarino)