Bucharest. Human Installation | theatre play
This event is part of CUT FRAME – IN-VISIBLE BUCHAREST
Where: ARCUB, Festivities Hall
Date: Monday, September 12
Accesul is made on a ticket basis, reserve one here.
Bucharest represents us all. It is the way we take care of it, as we build it, as we allow it to develop. It is the city where we study, we work, we live. The space that we either like or we despise, that infuriates us, or that makes us laugh out loud. The capital city with holes in the pavement and traffic jams, but also the place that sometimes uncovers magical spaces.
The spirit of this city, with its violent contrasts, with it high energy, that often gets aggressive, with its corrosive humour, but also with a surprising candour and beauty, is the starting point for a theatre play. A syncretic show, that combines dance, music, visual arts and video, theatre and performance in an original mix that accurately and democratically mirrors the meeting point for a whole group of artists. A theatrical installation, an offensive, sequential, frontal, politically engaged show.
Bucharest. Human installation is a jigsaw puzzle mirror of all those who contributed to it. It shows Bucharest as it is perceived by a group of artists, without wanting to be politically correct. It shows you the image of a city that you can recognise or question but which certainly won’t leave you indifferent.
A show devised by: Nicholas Cațianis, Irina Crăiță-Mândră, Andu Dumitrescu, Florin Fieroiu, Ada Galeș, Dumitru Georgescu, Flavia Giurgiu, Vlaicu Golcea, Denis Hanganu, Ada Lupu, Ilinca Manolache, Ioana Marchidan, Dana Marineci, Radu-Alexandru Nica, Ciprian Nicula
Performers: Nicholas Cațianis, Ada Galeș, Dumitru Georgescu, Flavia Giurgiu, Denis Hanganu, Ilinca Manolache, Ioana Marchidan, Dana Marineci, Ciprian Nicula
Dramaturgy: Ada Lupu, Florin Fieroiu, Radu-Alexandru Nica
A show coordinated by Radu-Alexandru Nica after a concept by Florin Fieroiu
Concept and realisation of video / obiect / deformance intro installation: Andu Dumitrescu
Scenic movement: Florin Fieroiu
Original score and sound design: Vlaicu Golcea
Assistant director: Irina Crăiță-Mândră
Producer: ARCUB – Cultural Centre of Bucharest Municipality