Spleen / Figurentheater Wilde & Vogel

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SPLEEN / Charles Baudelaire: Poems in Prose
Spektakl jest kalejdoskopem obrazów, muzyki na żywo oraz miniatur teatru lalek, inspirowanych zbiorem wierszy prozą Charlesa Baudelaire'a pt.: "Le Spleen de Paris ", która została wydana pośmiertnie w 1869 roku. Spektakl opisuje ludzkość na progu nowoczesności znajdującą się między pragnieniem dla życia i tęsknoty za śmiercią, pomiędzy romantycznym poszukiwaniem nieskończoności i brutalną błahostką. Artyści są na scenie z lalkami i instrumentami muzycznymi. Magia tego kalejdoskopu rozwija się w wyobraźni pomiędzy aktorami, materią publicznością.
22, 23 , 24 LUTY*
godz. 19:00
*wszystkie spektakle w języku angielskim
Figurentheater Wilde & Vogel to niezależny teatr lalek, założony w Stuttgarcie w 1997 roku.Od początku istnienia teatr wystąpił w ponad 30. różnych krajach w Europie, Afryce, Ameryce i Azji. Otrzymał liczne nagrody na międzynarodowych festiwalach teatru lalek na całym świecie.
(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Figurentheater_Wilde_%26_Vogel)
Spleen“ is a kaleidoscope of pictures, songs and miniatures, inspired by Charles Baudelaire’s collection of poems in prose „Le Spleen de Paris“, which was published posthumously in 1869. Mankind on the threshold to modernity is described in the scenes played out between thirst for life and longing for death, between a romantic search for infinity and a brutal triviality. The play is open in this production: the performers are on the stage with puppets and musical instruments, Baudelaire’s texts are spoken by children and recorded on tape. The magic of this kaleidoscope develops in the imagination between actors, material and audience: A sequence of pictures and live-music, that wants to counterpoint Baudelaire’s vision of the world and open it for an understanding from the present.
Figurentheater Wilde & Vogel in Coproduction with
FITZ! Zentrum für Figurentheater Stuttgart and Lindenfels Westflügel Leipzig
directed by: Hendrik Mannes
performance & puppets: Michael Vogel
live-Music: Charlotte Wilde
voices: Charlie Bunn, Hannah Ravalda, Catherine Smith, Emily Smith, Eve Smith and Lawrence Smith
"Which one of us, in his moments of ambition, has not dreamed of the miracle of a poetic prose, musical, without rhythm and without rhyme, supple enough and rugged enough to adapt itself to the lyrical impulses of the soul, the undulations of reverie, the jibes of conscience? It was, above all, out of my exploration of huge cities, out of the medley of their innumerable interrelations, that this haunting ideal was born."
(Baudelaire: Preface to „Paris Spleen“, 1869)
Awarded with the prize for a Special Artistic Achievement at the Stuttgarter Theaterpreis 2007 Grand Prix and Young Critics Award at the International Festival of Puppetry Art, Bielsko-Bia a (PL) 2008 Grand Prix and two special awards at the International Festival of Puppet Theatre Warsaw (PL) 2009 Award for the best music at Festival “Spotkanie” at Teatr Baj Pomorski Torun (PL) 2009
Financially supported by the Cultural Ministeries of Stuttgart, Leipzig and Baden-Württemberg and the Foundation of the Württembergische Hypothekenbank for Arts and Sciences and Goethe Institut.

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