Spectacle with no age limit, suggested for audiences of 12+.
Duration: 80 minutes.
Premiere: April 29, 2019
Script and direction: Katarzyna Raduszynska.
Assistant Director: Adrian Radwanski.
Choreography: Artur Bienkowski.
Assistant Choreographer: Paulina Jaksim.
Scenography, video and costumes: Pawel Walicki.
Music: Wojtek Zrałek-Kossakowski
Technical director: Dariusz Szych
Dancer-artists:Evelyn Blue, Kacper Bożek, Momoko Den, Bartosz Dopytalski, Julia Halka, Paulina Jaksim, Patryk Jarczok, Jerzy Kazmierczak, Zbigniew Kocięba, Mateusz Krzysiak, Katarzyna Kulmińska, Dominik Kupka, Aleksandra Kuś, Daniel Michna, JinWoo NamKung, Katarzyna Rzetelska, Sandra Szatan, Zofia Tomczyk, Emily Wong-Adryanczyk
The play is a theatrical epic about the history of the world, read as an eternal story of exclusion. It intertwines two narratives - the memories of Earth being a victim of human violence with the story of the Homo Sapiens species, paving the way for domination. It portrays a people who, in the 200,000 years of their presence on the planet, have done absolutely wonderful and unimaginably evil things. The overwhelming number of worn-out cultural objects, depriving humanity of space (in life and on stage) suggests the decline of the Anthropocene and a possible ecological disaster. The play poses the questions, at what point are we? Do we still have time? Are we in the midst of the end of time?".
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