Internationally renowned Toronto dancer and choreographer Bill Coleman provided a mesmerizing performance of a man descending into chaos during the presentation of Dollhouse, a contemporary dance and sound work, at the Art Gallery of Swift Current, Jan. 25. The performance in Swift Current was presented by the art gallery in partnership with New Dance Horizons as part of the Saskatchewan tour of Dollhouse. Other performances took place in Regina and Saskatoon. The work was created by Coleman in collaboration with avant-garde composer Gordon Monahan. Coleman depicts a man out of sync with his surroundings. He falls apart while he stumbles around, stepping on mouse traps or tripping over various objects, while objects fall down around him and he gets soaked with water falling from an overhead device. Through it all there is a variety of unfamiliar sounds, which are created by Monahan through the electronic manipulation of different objects, including muscle sensors attached to Coleman's body and a set of bowls with boiling water on hot plates.