i feel funny today

i feel funny today takes place in a room and probes the relationship of a man and a woman and two imaginary figures. Darkly comic games disguise harsh miscommunication, as the couple attempts at holding on to a “perfect moment”. The couple’s interaction in the company of these two illusory figures brings about extreme states of mind as boundaries blur between reality and play.
This work was originally presented by the Curtain Up (2000) with funding from the Yoshua Rabinovitch Foundation.

i feel funny today was awarded a 2002 Bessie for Outstanding Choreography