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Yara Boustany's "evolvo," which commences a brief run at Masrah al-Madina next week, combines dance and theater to explore the evolution of humankind and the uncertainty of our future in the age of technology.It explores the global anxiety felt in the wake of technological advance alongside the rapid urban development that threatens to eradicate Earth's natural landscape.Boustany obtained a degree in audiovisual studies at ALBA before moving to Spain to attend theater and circus school. She explained that her studies have allowed her to incorporate many different elements into "evolvo" – dance, theater, audiovisual elements and costume, all choreographed and designed by Boustany herself. Rather than sending any direct messages through the piece, Boustany hopes to provoke thought amongst the audience.
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