Chronicle of little ordinary fallsMovement theatre in one act
The performance is based on a series of interlinked scenes gathered around like a collage and explores the motives of falling and descending.
The act of falling down is primarily a consequence of the gravitational force, but here can be seen from other perspectives too. What is descending from a moral, psychological, social or neurological point of view?
Gravitation thought us to treat our descendings as self-evident. This work is an attempt to find the inner force and motivation of getting back on our feet through an expressive and innovative theatrical language. (Yves Marc)
|Veres Nagy Attila|
|Director, choreographer||Yves Marc|
|Sound technician||Chirițescu György|
|Lighting technician||Szabó Huba|
|Stage manager||Bartók Enikő|
|Props, wardrobe assistant||Both Melinda|
|Costume designer||Bocskai Gyopár|