Matija Ferlin: Staging a Play: ANTIGONE
In his last show from the series Staging a Play, choreographer and performer Matija Ferlin by choosing Antigone decides to adopt the approach of complete reduction of the stage. He wants to reduce the character heterogeneity of the play in its functions to a single performing body, while at the same time preserving the entire narrative and logic of dramatic situations. By assuming the roles of all protagonists and their relationships, Ferlin exposes his performing tools ̶ his body, movement, and speech ̶ to a series of situations on the limit of performing possibilities. The author uses stage as a place to search for the nonexistent, all powerful, ideal performing body, which builds and destroys, creates and terminates at the same time. In this mono performance, the director and performer Matija Ferlin enters the deconstruction of the theatre conventions in his performing habitus, with the desire to create a choreographic whole of an extremely delicate physicality in juxtaposition to a spoken word.
Tickets: 10 EUR, 7 EUR (students, seniors)
Ticket for 3 performances by Matija Ferlin: 21 EUR, 15 EUR (students, seniors)
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