How do you embody language? How do you dance a story? Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker finds a driving force for movement in Rainer Maria Rilke’s renowned prose poem The Lay of the Love and Death of Cornet Christopher Rilke — a sort of sensual feverish dream. How can you progress from breathing, one of the most elementary patterns of movement, to a choreography?
Following her starring role in the major production Hamlet vs Hamlet (directed by Guy Cassiers), the actress and theatre-maker Abke Haring is once again working on a small scale in her new solo Unisono. Her work is always intense and brutally honest.
Is there such a thing as a ‘European cultural identity’? The Berlin-based theatre collective Rimini Protokoll juxtaposes this abstract idea with the individual nature of a private home. You sit at a table in someone’s living room, together with 14 strangers. Maps are unfolded, joint decisions made, problems solved. Personal stories and parliamentary rituals intermingle while you zigzag from country to country, from citizen to citizen, criss-crossing the entire continent.
In Home Visit Europe, Rimini Protokoll juxtaposes the abstract idea of a European federation with the individual nature of a private home. 15 spectators sit at a table in a living room. The entire performance is contained in a suitcase and is laid out on the table.
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