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Events, School of modern languages

Events, School of modern languages

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DOIEB SI TAU, language for a requiem - Student Rate

£7.00

Description

DOIEB SI TAU, language for a requiem
Created and performed by Massimiliano Balduzzi
Dramaturgy by Susan Mar Landau

Created from original vocal and physical research, DOIEB SI TAU: language for a requiem is a study on loss and transformation. In the form of a direct address, a lone performer pushes language and character to breaking point, crafting a ritual of wilful separation, a purging of the self. Casting the audience as both witness and companion, Balduzzi holds a mirror up to catch the reflection of our collective desires and repulsions, a mourning of what is lost in the moment of becoming. Applying his on going investigation of invented language and song, the solo explores the human voice as a medium uniquely able to recount the life of the body.

The performance will be followed by a Q&A session with the performer.

Location:
Wickham Theatre
Department of Drama, Theatre, Film & Television
Cantocks Close
Bristol
BS8 1UP

Date: Wednesday 21 June 7:00 pm.

Contact email: sp13718@bristol.ac.uk
Contact Telephone: 01173317967
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Photo by Ian Douglas

DOIEB SI TAU, language for a requiem - Standard Rate

£10.00

Description

DOIEB SI TAU, language for a requiem
Created and performed by Massimiliano Balduzzi
Dramaturgy by Susan Mar Landau

Created from original vocal and physical research, DOIEB SI TAU: language for a requiem is a study on loss and transformation. In the form of a direct address, a lone performer pushes language and character to breaking point, crafting a ritual of wilful separation, a purging of the self. Casting the audience as both witness and companion, Balduzzi holds a mirror up to catch the reflection of our collective desires and repulsions, a mourning of what is lost in the moment of becoming. Applying his on going investigation of invented language and song, the solo explores the human voice as a medium uniquely able to recount the life of the body.

The performance will be followed by a Q&A session with the performer.

Location:
Wickham Theatre
Department of Drama, Theatre, Film & Television
Cantocks Close
Bristol
BS8 1UP

Date: Wednesday 21 June 7:00 pm

Email: sp13718@bristol.ac.uk
Phone: 01173317967
Read More