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independent · Ages 15+ · one person show · Australia

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TRACEY PALEO, GIA ON THE MOVE (OFFICIAL PRESS) gia on the move and footlights certified reviewer June 03, 2017
tagged as: sex · children · Trafficking
Highly Recommended... full review
RUTH ISABEL GUERRA dinner party (blog) certified reviewer June 11, 2017
tagged as: interpretive · dark · sex trade · moving
Dark, moving, haunting. Told through interpretive movement, Christina captures the emotion behind the journey of a young girl who is bought, used, and discarded for someone else's pleasure. The visuals and sounds all work together to create a world that draws us in and makes us feel. Toys may be short (runtime is barely 18 min), but it packs a powerful punch. I walked away really thinking about issues surrounding the sex trade industry.... full review
CAITLIN HART the chamberpot certified reviewer June 18, 2017
This was a disturbing, effective and informative exploration of sex trafficking. ... full review
MICHAEL FONTAINE my haunt life certified reviewer June 20, 2017
There are horrible things that happen in the world. Horrible things that could be happening right next door or thousands of miles away in another country. Some of us turn a blind eye to them because we don’t see it happening. “Toys” tries to change that with a performance piece about sex trafficking through a metaphor of children’s toys. Christina Evans performs this one woman show to express the pain, anguish, and distress that someone caught in the sex trade experiences. She does this in eerily creepy ways. You can follow the story along and each step of the…process…and is heartbreaking to watch. It really hits you when you see her repeat certain positions over and over again. It makes you realize that this is truly happening and not ju... full review
RUSSELL EATON certified reviewer June 20, 2017
A dark, moody interpretive dance performance art piece, “Toys” explores the emotional devastation of being a victim caught up in a situation too hellish to possibly survive.... full review