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IMPORTANT NOTICE: Lasts app. 70’; no intermission. Each performance starts every 20 minutes, 9 times. Every time slot holds 35 people in the audience. The language of the performance and platform is English. You may connect to the online platform with laptop or computer; due to the three-dimensional environment, it will not be possible to connect with a mobile phone or tablet.

Tickets: 75 TL
For tickets: nitehotel.nl

*Turkish time zone.

Suitable for ages 13+.

CLUB GUY & RONI, SLAGWERK DEN HAAG, TOMOKO MUKAIYAMA

  • Choreography: Roni Haver, Guy Weizman
  • Composer: Alexandre Kordzaia
  • Costume Design: MAISON the FAUX
  • Set Design: Ascon de Nijs
  • Light and Video Design: Maarten van Rossem
  • Online Art Design: Martijn Halie
  • Dancers: Angela Herenda, Sofiko Nachkebiya, Tatiana Matveeva, Jochem Braat, Adam Peterson, Igor Podsiadly, Camilo Chapela, Harold Luya, Sanne den Hartogh, Niels Meliefste, Jonathan Bonny, Enric Monfort, Poetic Disasters Club

Istanbul Theatre Festival is signing a new collaboration. These performances are presented under the common denominator: ‘Dutch Focus’ and is supported by Dutch Performing Arts, a programme of the Performing Arts Fund NL.

What do you get when you unleash the idiosyncratic, international dance group Club Guy & Roni on the classic ballet known in the Netherlands as Het Zwanenmeer? You get Swan Lake: a remix of the classic work, in the form of an event running in parallel online and offline from three locations in the theatre. A performance about our desire to escape into a perfect fairy-tale world and the danger of losing touch with reality. The live audience at the venue walks from scene to scene and is forced to make choices along the way that determine how the performance proceeds. At the same time, viewers participating in play online will also determine how the fairy tale ends. Everyone has a say, and with this influence comes responsibility. By spotlighting the Swan Lake audience’s responsibility, the creators of the piece aim to explore how we might proceed following a crisis. The term black swan is used to denote an economic phenomenon that was impossible to predict but nevertheless has a huge effect on the system. How should we proceed now that the combined black swan of Covid-19 and the climate crisis has upended our fairy-tale democratic, liberal consumer’s paradise? Will we start a new story together?

Istanbul Theatre Festival is signing a new collaboration. These performances are presented under the common denominator: ‘Dutch Focus’ and is supported by Dutch Performing Arts, a programme of the Performing Arts Fund NL.

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