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Dancers in Betroffenheit

Betroffenheit

The art of trauma

From the March, 2017 issue

"And all at once I'm disconnected from what's happening," says the recorded voice of Jonathon Young. The feeling he is describing is Betroffenheit, a German term that describes a disoriented, stupefied state of shock. Betroffenheit is also the title of his show, a theater/dance hybrid with bereavement at its core. Young's recorded words provide the

 
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