I NEVER WANNA DANCE AGAIN presents a collective journey of fragmented yet reflective and humorous views on the legacy of human imperfection. It tests the limits of expression by singing along to the songs we cannot resist, and aims to unfold the paradoxical judicious balance between perfection and imperfection. The work is developed with a hybrid group of participants; trained performers and artists from the local community, creating a multi-perspective performance around the theme.


Materialized, performed, or otherwise expressed, imperfections reveal the performer's authentic self. They are signs of the unexpected and sometimes act as an act of resistance. Inspired by the cracks, Marom playfully uses cultural references and plays with the binary expectations of perfect and imperfect.