The small accidents of daily life often serve as inspiration for Jessica Huber’s work. Small accidents, which seem unimportant from the outside, can subjectively become extremely important from the inside and may lead – as a consequence of the multiplicity of possible perceptions – to misunderstandings. Between playful and anxious, slightly lost leads the performers and the audience through a game of expectations, desire, projections and identification… slightly lost is inspired by the difficulties of human communication and shows how easy it is to feel and to become lost, while trying to understand and be understood.
In slightly lost the harmonious team moves spectacularly between the confusion of emotions and bodily behaviour... and they succeed in showing the manifold forms of communication entertainingly.
Ursula Pellaton, Der Landbote
Concept and choreography: Jessica Huber
Dance and choreographical collaboration: Simone Blaser, Tim Fletcher, Mickaël Henrotay Delaunay, Lukas Waldvogel, Jessica Huber
Music (live): Chris Durussel
Scenography: Mickaël Henrotay Delaunay
Lighting: Julien Grob
Feedback: Philippe Weissbrodt
Co-production: Tanzhaus Zürich / Yvonne Dünki
Residency: Théâtre Sévelin 36 Lausanne
Length: 50 min.