A unique exploration into romantic connection and gender dynamics, ‘Aviva’ tells the story of a relationship between a man and a woman, with each of the two principal characters played by both a man and a woman. It’s the story of a marriage that develops and eventually dissolves, evolving into deep friendship-all told through a mix of traditional dramatic scenes and expressive dance sequences
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