In the intimate room, it isn’t just the narrative of the play that we, the audience, are immersed in; a braid of colourful narratives weaves itself throughout the room, gliding between the storytellers, the puppeteers and the audience.
“While I was caked in corn starch and tunneling myself through the torso of another person’s body, Sophie painted the pits of its arms and other corporeal crevices with a solution of powdered chocolate and water.” – Making of exhibit featuring Sophie Bandelin at Künstlerhaus 188, Halle, 4-16 July.
These hounds are digging up the city’s industrial past and transforming it into a new play field full of balls, bones and postmen. Have a look at this event insider’s “pick of the pack” for Startup Safary (11 and 12 May).
Its multiple schools are warm and inviting, the floors are hot and dancers blistering.
Think of a royal fuckup, of the type you’ll remember years later. Australian Kate Gould has got one – involving film music legend Ennio Morricone – and she brings it to us here in Leipzig on 18 Aug.