Arguably one of the greatest living visual artists, performers and theatre directors, Lebanese Rabih Mroue's talents and reach spread across the spectrum of the international arts scene. Together with the Dance On ensemble, a company that is under his artistic direction since 2015, Mroue stages two pieces, "Elephant" and "You Should Have Seen me Dancing Waltz." Known for his political activism stemming from the turbulent history and reality of his home country, the performances aim to challenge, provoke and engage the audience. The first part explores the extent of human connection, as two bodies connect and are left alone, asking if we are actually anything but alone. The second, takes things to a personal level, as far as the dancers are concerned, focusing on how current events, from war to natural disasters, affect how they express themselves through their chosen artform.