Welcome to visit corporeal home!… Sounds weird?… Not for somebody, who deals in every day life with the awereness, that our connection with this world is corporeal.
February is always one of the most eventful months in Theatre Academy’s school year. Somebody is graduating; somebody is in the process; everybody is still in search. Each of the
It is always a nice feeling to be warmly welcomed to somebody’s home. I came to see Keith Hennessy’s Crotch but rather visited it.
Before entering the audience space to see Mermaid Show for the first time: Important: make sure you have read the guide carefully: a spot in the audience space has a
Hello. How are you? – starts the letter from the envelope which comes along with a ticket for The Helsinki Meeting Point Extended Edition 2012 – Festival for Free Dance
19 minutes per room. 3 rooms per hour. 6 hours per day. 1 soap. 1 all over shampoo. 1 conditioner. 1 body lotion. Even distances between the bottles. The placement
Maija Halinen: ” Pidän siitä, että esiintyjät ovat lähellä yleisöä, se tekee liikkeestä jotenkin todellisemman tuntuista.” Maria Prokhorova: ”This doesn’t feel social and democratic. This feels very universal.”
She appears on the stage in the dim light rectangle. She makes a step and moves her arm. Calm and soft. She moves her arm again. She takes her hand
here the performance starts…straight away… passing glance on the stage…big white screen in the middle… piano on the left… two tables in front of the screen…two microphones in front of
This year Moving in November festival (Liikkeellä marraskuussa-festivaali) started with the premiere of Maija Hirvanen’s new creation For Those Who Have Time. The performance is the second part of Hirvanen’s