Trip The Light Fantastic Toe: Idolisation, Perfection, Trickery. Curated by Cape Theatre
SAT 20th September 2014 |
8 p.m.-11 p.m.
TripSpace's flagship event: Trip The Light Fantastic Toe has been hijacked by Cape Theatre.
Cape Theatre is Cassie Leon and Reena Kalsi. They celebrate shared experiences, create playful personas and use DIY aesthetic: perfect for Trip The Light!
Cape Theatre will curate the next Trip the Light, celebrating an evening of idolisation, perfection and trickery.
So join us and Cape on the 20th of September to see how three theatre companies play with these topical themes to produce an evening of short pieces, rough cuts and improvised interactions.
Come and explore what it means to showcase ourselves and perhaps understand what it really means to be in the spotlight. Memories will unfold whilst new ones are created live on stage.
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OH... and keep your eyes peeled for Trip The Light on the 17th of October: its going on a little tour!
Cape Theatre: We choose to go to the moon
Guen Murroni: Bouquet
Cath Hoffman: Glory Days
Thea Stanton: Arlecchino
Live Band: Haraket
CAPE THEATRE: WE CHOSE TO GO TO THE MOON (wip)
A performance about re-enactment, memories and perfection.
Two performers attempt to re-enact fragments of John F. Kennedy's life through their own imagination, to understand how someone strives for perfection.
How do you make a nation fall in love with you? How do you make an audience feel the same love in a performance?
Watch how two performers play one man's life to understand if he really did choose his destiny of going to the moon.
Memories are retold, re-enacted and created, in the hope of making new ones live on stage.
GUEN MURONI: BOUTIQUE
Olly and Rashan meet up in a cafe, in front of them: two coffees and a bouquet.
What seems like a declaration of love turns into a comic disaster. Olly, who hasn't been with a woman in a long time, has asked his mate Rashan to practice a first date.
CATH HOFFMANN: THE GLORY DAYS
Audio worlds, repetitive choreography, absurd interactions and ventriloquism aid the embodiment of
personaes including dogs, monkeys, wild lovers and an obsessional woman dizzingly looking for clues about the world of human love, sex and separation.
With a slight nod to Gloria Swanson this is the beginnings of a visceral and claustrophobic performance being developed into a full piece for later on in the year.
THEA STANTON: ARLECCHINO
In Medieval times a performer wearing a Commedia Del Arte mask could not carry weapons, for
having renounced his own identity, he was no longer deemed responsible for his actions...Arlecchino
invites the audience into an intimate moment backstage, usually obscured from sight, when actor
evolves from themselves into their character, becoming Harlequin.
THIDIUS ARE ISOBEL RISK - VOCALS,
GEORGE RISK - GUITARS/RHODES/BV'S/PERC, FREDDIE OSTWALD NICE - FX/NOISE/SAMPLES/PERC, JERELLE
JACOB - BASS, PHAROAH SMEATON-RUSSELL - DRUMS/PERC