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Romeo Castellucci Premiere on 17 March at F. This is the task of the theatre in the future. Mark Rothko moreover always considered Greek tragedy as the foundation of his painting. A milky world full of softness and kindness, in which small children take up pared-down poses, as if observed from afar. Read more about the production in an essay by Joseph Pearson: Oedipus gouges out his eyes with her hairclips. One, two, or three monotheism?

Alienated from the modern world, he becomes a hermit and seeks healing in the solitude of nature and in the contemplation of its beauty, only to find that beauty does not come without risk. French flags stick out from from walls, flapping amidst the void, long live the Liberation! Achieving a space without content, as a place of revelation, out of the theater, to find the own theater. Romeo Castellucci Artistic Collaboration: Once again we have aleph and beth, sat astride a horse which fades from black to white. By continuing to browse this site, you accept the use of cookies notably to carry out visitor statistics for more efficient site usage. The work of the Rafaello company unfurls a fabric of references to Western thought and art at their most significant, ranging from the Sumerian statues to art-language. Confronted by the true brutality of war he loses his illusions, his friends and witnesses the death of his beloved, god-like Diotima.

Upon learning the truth, Jocasta hangs herself in the palace.

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It will be a pleasure to share it with you. The primeval forest spreads in Tragedia Endogonidiaas it does in Parsifalwith its witches and ogres. In Act III, Cain, with only a stump for his left arm, confronts his father, while two dogs are unleashed onto the stage.

In addition to its work to promote knowledge among the wider public Exhibitions and Festivals it has developed a strategic programme for training young artists. I have the pleasure to participate on the Biennale College — Theatrewe will be performing on. Each new work is the occasion for him to go back to the drawing board of theatre, by focusing on this indomitable notion of the unrepresentable.

Stage and Costume Design: It resembled a mechanical ballet of an extraordinary nature, lead by hydraulic pantographs used in industrial painting, turning the set into a three-dimensional Pollock-like painting. A plague is laying waste to the land. King Oedipus sends his co-regent Creon to consult the oracle about lifting the curse and summons the seer Tiresias. The figure of the crucified reappears on the roof of one of the cars, carried up by a man in a red top-hat.

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One, two, or three monotheism? Representation and its consumption How do we approach the unrepresentable? Policemen, taken straight from an American vaudeville of some sort, reenact the sacrifice of Isaac on top of washing machines.

The question of infancy in theatre and the infancy of theatre remains an essential one.

Behind this true story that happened inhe ponders the torment of man faced with images and their use, but also the social rejection which the artist made himself the promoter of.

He does this by the grace of that all-resisting, against all odds, archaism: A milky world full of softness and kindness, in which pa children take up pared-down poses, as if observed from afar.

The work of the Rafaello company unfurls a fabric of references to Western thought seasnos art at their most significant, ranging from the Sumerian statues to art-language.

How do we approach the unrepresentable? And his work in theatre thratre been relentless in its search for the constitution of a language. I have the pleasure to participate on the Biennale College — Theatrewe will be performing on Friday, 9th August 7: French flags stick out from from walls, flapping amidst the void, long live the Liberation! The work featured a mixture of history, war, love and conception, blood and sperm, chemistry and physics, the baroque and electro.

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The piece dealt with the end of tragedy in its original configuration and the difficulty of reinventing the tragic form. Portrait Romeo Castellucci Approaching the unrepresentable Resistance against obliteration Romeo Castellucci is one of seasins major theatre reformers of the XXth century. Close All tickets can be purchased with or without a subscription. About the piece To question the strength and danger of the image, this image that fascinates and torments, cstellucci lights up and conceals, a manipulated image, composed and recomposed, Romeo Castellucci built a multi-episode theatre cycle, each episode nourished by the crossing of a pictorial or literary work permitting the director to broaden the field of his questioning.

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And with it, the figure of Cicero, literally full up to bursting point with the excess of discourse, and whose back is tattooed with double bass sound-holes. Such is the question posed via the mention of the word Auschwitz in Genesi. The cycle was staged from to ,and constituted a gigantic, eleven-sided polyhedron.

Achieving a space without content, as a place of revelation, out of the theater, to find the own theater. Once again we have aleph and beth, sat astride a horse which fades from black to white. Switching back and forth provides a measure of depth.

To question the strength and danger of the image, this image that fascinates and torments, that lights up and conceals, a manipulated image, composed and recomposed, Romeo Castellucci built a multi-episode theatre cycle, each episode nourished by the crossing of a pictorial or literary work permitting the director to broaden the field of his questioning.

The stage starts to pulsate with the effects of a tell-tale heart, its mortal flesh palpitating as it drums out the funeral drone. Read more about the production in an essay by Joseph Pearson: His achievement belongs to that category of work which succeeds in relaying our dealings with the character, its psychology, and intrigues in a world of allegories, verdicts, smells, colours and sounds, but which no longer involves the following of the narration of a fable, rather a mental journey across various blocks where unexpected connections arise between different kinds of objects.

Having grown up in harmony with nature and the ancient world of the gods, the Greek, Hyperion, has joined the armed struggle against occupation. This is the spirit of the Biennale College, a well-equipped bridge that allows young people who wish to engage in one of the arts to do so in the best conditions that an international institution can offer. Confronted by the true brutality of war he loses his illusions, his friends and witnesses the death of his beloved, god-like Diotima.