ON THE PEAR DAY’S EVE – full version – streaming

on the 11th of february 2022 the full version of “ON THE PEAR DAY’S EVE” will be shown at the ABPU>>> the piece we are going to accomplish in the next days is a fantasy about the nature of humaneness >>> started as research on human stereotypes, it developed into a poetic phantasmagory about people, their future and their past, and raising an agonizing question WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE A HUMAN >>>

after showing the pre-version in january, this Friday we’ll present the extended, the full, the final version of the piece! >>>

join the streaming at https://www.bruckneruni.at/de/live and share our loneliness >>>

at the beginning, there was only solitude >>> islands, and skyscrapers, and feminism, and dog’s fur, and spaghetti carbonara, and first love, and john f> kennedy, and joan of ark, and iphone 5, and smell of mowed grass, and fear of commitment, and menstruation pain had no existence >>> and solitude admitted no destruction, and provided home for all created things >>>

the piece is based on a script written by ivan, music by J>S>BACH, G>F>HANDEL, A>SCHNITTKE, H>PURCELL >>> more information you can find here


and in a few weeks, the new piece by kasija will reach the limelight >>> the solo BLACK MAGIC SHOES will be presented in the frame of SKIN festival at the DSCHUNGEL WIEN on the 12th of march 2022 >>> more information about the piece you can find here >>>

see you in february! >>>

best, kasija and Ivan

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