Rain is an analogy of the woman’s body – both wanted and abused; both seeking and scant; both refreshing and withdrawing; both aggressive and vulnerable – both alone.

The various sounds of the rain are explored through the gestures and sound coming from the solo dancer’s body – her feet, hands, face, isolated movements – all working independently and together, sometimes causing disharmony in the viewer’s understanding of the character – just like the unpredictability of rain.

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