When and where
Experimental object-based theatre project, developed in two countries with different yet dynamic puppet traditions.
The project, designed as a personal confession of a man, involves an interplay of animation, acting, motion, and subtle atmosphere. The performance analyses the phenomenon of tango and attempts to unravel ordinary – yet too often taboo – questions on interpersonal relationships, and focuses especially on an individual’s understanding of his or her own existence in relation to the opposite sex. This is achieved through the build-up of a relationship between the actor and the object.
The performance lasts 40 minutes.
Premiere: 31st August 2013
Director Zoran Petrovič
Performer Tilen Kožamelj
Dramaturg Aleksandra Blagojević
Set and costume designer Matic Gselman
Light designers Jason Smith, Šimon Kočí
Co-production between Studio LGM and Moment in cooperation with DAMU Prague.
The project was supported by the Ministry of Culture and Municipality of Maribor.