UN ROMAN RUSSE

En cours jusqu'au Sam. 13 Juillet

He is a simple character of a poor poet who goes on stage to read his story, but a lot of unforeseen things happen. He tries to save his dignity, but everything is in vain. In the end, he manages to play his somewhat crazy song and leaves.
The performance is based on my clown research during my Master’s studies in Physical Theatre at the Accademia Teatro Dimitri (CH). I started with the simple questions – What is clown? What makes it unique and what distinguishes it from other performing practices? What is really necessary to make a clown performance? Thus, this Grotowskian concept of ‘poor’ came out. ‘Poor’ in the sense of set design, props, make-up and instead rich in emotions and games. It seems that there is nothing on stage, but for the clown there is so much – the space, the audience, himself, his dress, his voice, language..


Informations
Auteur, adaptation
Comédiens
Mise en scène
Assistanat à la mise en scène
Leonardo Villa
Administration
Igor Mamlenkov
Coproduction
Drassanes Centre Civic à Barcelone (ES)
Soutiens
Accademia Teatro Dimitri
Durée
25 min
Entracte
Non