THE WAY MY FATHER IMAGINED IT ALL

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Premiere: 23 April 2012, MU Theatre, Hungary

A stark, open space, with changes in lighting that can barely seen, and music that fades in from silence for mere seconds. Four bodies and us, the audience, all brightly lit. Bodies, forced in between walls, undress and dress again, they wander through space, breaking it open; they accost one other and create unity. Liberation and disconnection create a new, abstract dialect of movement. During the performance, all that is artificial is systematically and decidedly broken down into actions. We see a singular and inimitable deconstruction of the reality that has been forced upon us.

 

Performers: Emese Cuhorka, Júlia Garai, Csaba Molnár, Marcio Canabarro

Music: Zoltán Mizsei

Costume: ARTISTA

Light design: Wil Frikken

Choreography: Adrienn Hód, Csaba Molnár, Marco Torrice

 

Co-produced by: Workshop Foundation/Jardin d’Europe (H/EU), Centre de Développement Chorégraphique/Biennale de danse du Val-de-Marne (FR) Hebbel am Ufer (D) Grand Theatre Groningen (NL)

Supported by: National Cultural Fund (H), New Performing Arts Foundation (H) Off Foundation (H) SÍN Cultural Centre (H)

Media support: Revizor online

With the support of the Culture Programme of the European Union