Blue skies, blood moon

I am seated four rows from the stage on the opening night of Angela Goh’s Sky Blue Mythic, staring ahead at the stark white minimal set. Staying focussed and alert to the blinding white void is calming intermittent waves of anxiety now caused by being out in public, seeing a live show. Audience capacities are back at 100% and everyone appears pleased to be back in the theatre, despite the mixed messaging of social distancing and mandatory masks in a packed venue. Art workers and makers line the red seats of the intimate theatre anticipating Goh’s new hour-long work, developed from the 20-minute piece that won her the Keir Choreographic Award at Carriageworks on 14 March 2020.

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