|do 07.02.19||20:00 - 21:30||Theaterzaal||
|vr 08.02.19||20:00 - 21:30||Theaterzaal||
Black comedy on the tension between individual and community
A conference, a tai chi class, an evening of disco dancing: follow the performers of ‘GUERILLA’ in their everyday activities. Like waves in the ocean, they seem to be part of a harmonious group that moves to a single rhythm. A group of human beings living in the same moment, moving through the same streets and being influenced by the same events.
But their individual thoughts, pasts and desires are multifaceted and contradicting. ‘GUERILLA’ describes the subtle dilemmas in the heads of every individual that is part of a crowd. The viewer can read their thoughts and feel the tensions between passion and reason, the suppressed emotions, the obscene and even violent ideas that lurk behind seemingly innocent scenes.
In this black comedy, which balances fiction and documentary, the Spanish collective El Conde de Torrefiel questions not only the history of Europe, but also the future of a new generation. The theatre company works with local performers for each rendition of the show.
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Thu 07 & Fri 08.02 - 20:00 Theaterzaal
€14 / 12 / 10 / 8
by: El Conde de Torrefiel - directions & dramaturgy: Tanya Beyeler & Pablo Gisbert - text: Pablo Gisbert & the performers - assistant: Nicolas Chevallier - performers: local participants - light design: Ana Rovira - set design: Blanca Añón - sound design: Adolfo García Fernández - choreography assistant: Amaranta Velarde - music: Pink Elephant on Parade
production: El Conde de Torrefiel - co-production: Kunstenfestivaldesarts, steirischer herbst festival, Noorderzon Performing Arts Festival, NXTSTP with support of the Culture Programme of the EU - supported by: Graner, Centre de creació, ICEC – Generalitat de Catalunya, INAEM, Ministerio de Cultura de España, Institut Ramón Llull
photo's: (c) Titanne Bregentzer / Valeria Palermo / Blanca Añon