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Sadari Movement Laboratory to perform in Canada
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Sadari Movement Laboratory to perform in Canada

 

Performance Woyzeck

Date November 16~19, 2010

Place Place des Arts, Montreal, Canada

 


 


 



 



 



 



Sadari Movement Laboratory

To draw forth a constructive image of movements - The image pursued by the Sadari Movement Institute is not a literary one based on the six principles of drama and a beginning-middle-end format, but a moving constructive image that employs and expands the inner motive inherent in the text. Under the pretext that humans are a small universe, the aim is to study what movements and space belong to materials, colors and light, animals and music. By determining what shapes the desires inside humans assume in space and rhythm, these shapes can be turned into a language of movements, sounds, objects, formative shapes, masks, stage props, costumes, dolls, and other images on stage. The unique and creative process of the Sadari Movement Institute has been applauded abroad by critics and artistic producers alike. Woyzeck, which has been invited to Japan and Switzerland (Mummenschanz), will also be presented in August at the Aurora Nova Theater at the 2007 Edinburgh Festival. In 2006, Between Two Doorswas officially invited to the Mimos Festival in France. More and more opportunities to perform abroad have allowed the Sadari Movement Institute to present the dramatic language of Korea to foreign audiences


Woyzeck

A dynamic constellation of object, body, movement and space that generates a new theatrical experience
The Sadari Movement Laboratory has taken on the task of creating a new dynamic interpretation of Georg Büchner
s play Woyzeck, one of the most enigmatic and influential works in modern theatre. Through a dynamic constellation of object, body, movement and space, this production generates a novel theatrical experience that illuminates the hidden potential of Büchners original work, while advancing a new language in physical theater. Using wooden chairs as a changeable metaphor, the performers both shape the dramatic space and reveal the characters emotional states, while the dynamic music of Astor Piazzollas tango becomes the throbbing pulse of the drama. This production of Woyzeck is a surprising and deeply moving theatrical event.
The work received multiple awards at the 2007 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Edinburgh, UK, including the Total Theatre Award for Best Physical Performance, the Herald Angel Award, the BBC Top 10,2007 and Best Box-Office Record at Aurora Nova Theatre.

 

 


 





 
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