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DISPLACEMENT - THE ROAD BY THE CONTEMPORARY DANCE GROUP OF PERSA STAMATOPOULOU Tasos Karachalios’ solo performance, conceptualised and choreographed by Persa Stamatopoulou, is based on the idea of a journey organised
DISPLACEMENT – THE ROAD BY THE CONTEMPORARY DANCE GROUP OF PERSA STAMATOPOULOU
Tasos Karachalios’ solo performance, conceptualised and choreographed by Persa Stamatopoulou, is based on the idea of a journey organised and experienced by one person, while exploring the concept of change and displacement from one place to another. It explores wandering, restarting and – in the end – the action that they are called to manage in a landscape with no borders or limitations.
Reviewing the timelessness of human displacement, this performance is inspired by Fernando Pessoa’s book ‘Peregrino’ and uses the body and sound as tools to approach and record a journey of reversals, pauses, vigilance, redefinition and restructuring.
LAPSES OF LIGHT BY KONSTANTINA EFTHYMIADOU, KOSTAS MAKRYGIANNAKIS AND ALEXANDROS SEITARIDIS
A quest for the light that we lose momentarily and then rediscover. ‘Lapses of Light’ is the second performance piece to be born of the cooperation between Konstantina Efthymiadou, Kostas Makrygiannakis and Alexandros Seitaridis.
Moving in a visual and directly sound-producing framework, with the musician playing on stage, the choreography is carried out interactively with the music that has been written especially for the performance, while the light “dresses” and supports every aspect of this idea.
No 35 26th October Street Τ: 2313 318 203
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It has been described as a work of rare uniqueness and those who have watched it refer to the consecutive “emotional keyholes” that it unlocks. Loud laughter, silent sobs, emotion
It has been described as a work of rare uniqueness and those who have watched it refer to the consecutive “emotional keyholes” that it unlocks. Loud laughter, silent sobs, emotion and excitement are only some of the reactions that Moeder has caused to audiences on European stages. Technically flawless, funny and shocking at the same time, comic and tragic in delightful measures, Peeping Tom are one of the most noteworthy dance troupes internationally. Moeder is exactly the type of performance that deals with the questions they explore, specifically, family relationships, the intellectual world and the psychological dimension of the characters, elements that dominate the Belgian collective’s dramaturgy. This being the second part of a trilogy of family portraits that started with Vader and will be completed in 2019 with Kind (Child), director Gabriela Carizzo Mother imprints into the mother figure the body as a warehouse, on the borders of which conscious and subconscious functions mix, conflict and, in the end, determine our existence itself. Dance, music and theatre mix with each other impressively in Peeping Tom’s ‘Mother’, who is, essentially, every mother.
Audience members must be over the age of 10.
IN COOPERATION WITH: T.C.H.
THESSALONIKI CONCERT HALL
Intersection of 25 Martiou Street & seafront Τ: 2310 895 800