eARTh | Wedding
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eARTh | Wedding

A joint production of Szeged Contemporary Dance Company and the National Dance Theatre

eARTh
dance macabre

The theme cannot be dealt with enough: humanity ruthlessly ruins its own environment and thereby destroys itself. It is only a matter of time, but perhaps the process may still be stoppable. But is there enough recognition, knowledge and wisdom in humanity to look beyond daily survival and not only consider tomorrow to be the future, so the surroundings our children will not seem complete only by acquired possessions. These are not just highbrow words, or our questions to be posed mandatorily. It is ridiculous that these ideas are slowly turning into commonplaces, they are considered to be the topics of tabloids, meanwhile in time on a cosmic scale we only have seconds remaining on this tiny planet. But we will watch our destruction sitting on a comfortable couch, through a TV, with the detachment of an outsider.  
Of course, it’s possible that this is how it’s supposed to be. This is just another part of eternal change. The process of purification that occurs from time to time.  

Górecki’s music induces the listener to pose fundamental questions. Doesn’t allow us to rest, to become lazy in the comfort of everyday life. It simultaneously thunders through the universe and sounds in the most human voice. Thus, it creates real drama by tapping into the tension between these two, in which it heralds the justness and love of life, and for us the eternal responsibility of ART in shaping our destiny.



Táncolják / Performed by

Zsadon Flóra, Vincze Lotár, Takács Zsófia, Szigyártó Szandra, Stáry Kata,
Mai Matsuki, Kiss Róbert, Horváth M. Gergő, Hortobágyi Brigitta, Hegedűs Tamás,
Csetényi Vencel, Czár Gergely, Bujdosó Anna, Bocsi Petra

Zene / Music: H. Górecki IV. szimfónia – Tansman Episodes
Fény / Lighting: Stadler Ferenc
Film készítő / Filmmaker: ZENGO
Díszlet koncepció / Set concept: Juronics Tamás
Díszlet kivitelező / Sets: Scabello
Jelmez / Costumes: Bianca Imelda Jeremias
Balett-igazgató / Ballet Director: Pataki András

Koreográfus / Choreographed by Juronics Tamás

Wedding

Morelli tells the story of a wedding ceremony, in the course of which happiness caused by the joyful event is mixed with pain caused by loss and with discomposure at the gate of life’s new secret. This mixed emotion commences a dance, which dissipates the initial fears originating from the mysteries of sexuality and death. The characters in Morelli’s choreography slowly and gently become the participants of a kind of initiation ceremony from their own pure reality, right before our eyes. This is the initiation ceremony of all humanity, which in an extraordinary dance of joy attempts to forget the sadness of the event since the occasion was fundamentally intended for happiness. Step by step, as the choreography progresses emotion and passion intensify. The distance between the characters is gradually diminished all the way to the point where the fears and doubts slowly disappear, therefore it becomes possible to step through the continuously opening gate that leads to a new life.

Táncolják / Performed by

Takács Zsófia, Czár Gergely, Bocsi Petra, Bujdosó Anna, Csetényi Vencel,
Hegedűs Tamás, Hortobágyi Brigitta, Horváth M. Gergő, Kiss Róbert, Mai Matsuki,
Stáry Kata, Szigyártó Szandra, Vincze Lotár, Zsadon Flóra

Zene / Music: I. Stravinsky
Fény / Lighting: Stadler Ferenc
Díszlet: Enrico Morelli
Jelmez / Costumes: Bianca Imelda Jeremias

Koreográfia / Choreographed by Enrico Morelli

Az eArth c. előadás bemutatója a CAFe Budapest Kortárs Művészeti Fesztivál keretében valósult meg.
The première of eARTh was an event of the CAFe Budapest Contemporary Arts Festival.

Supporters: Local Government of Szeged City with County Rights, Szeged National Theatre, Ministry of Human Capacities, National Culture Fund, BMW – C-mobil Szeged, Hotel Novotel – Szeged, CE Glass Company, MMA, Busz Travel – József Császár, Hétkávézó, Noé Health Center, Contemporary Dance Foundation
Media supporters: Rádió88, Marie Claire, Kultura.hu, Táncélet.hu, Délmagyarország

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