(In)visible

collage performance
translator, dramaturgical assistant: Andrei Dósa

Online tickets:

november
11
Monday
20:00
december
7
Saturday
20:00

Studio
RO
16
1h 10' without intermission

András Buzási
Áron Dimény
Loránd Farkas
Tímea Jerovszky
Emőke Kató
Csilla Varga
Gábor Viola
 
voice
Tekla Tordai

directed by
Leta Popescu
 
set design, video instalation, animation
Mihai Păcurar
 
choreography
Ferenc Sinkó
 
original music by
Magor Bocsárdi
 
stage manager
Enikő Albert
 
our thanks to
Vlad Moldovan
Date of the opening: february 05, 2019

The topic of the production is vulnerability, in an age when it seems the only certainty is uncertainty – not only in the world, generally speaking, but also for the individual as such. The performance goes through the seven stages of fragility (Planet - Earth - Country - City - Family - Couple - Individual), thereby becoming a kind of journey in the world of feelings, starting from loneliness, and ending with solitude. Within the performance of (In)visible, the images associated with a collage of texts written by Romanian and Hungarian contemporary authors form a continuous series, not unlike a visual installation. It is up to the viewer to curiously follow this process of reflection about himself, the individual, living in the world, as well as the world that surrounds him.

There are two principles I'm trying to take into account in constructing a production: what are the things that I celebrate and what it is that I am fighting against? In (In)visible, I am interested in fighting the very aggressiveness of current certainties and celebrate their vulnerability. It seems to me that the world is becoming increasingly determined and ready to adopt particular positions. But I wonder, is this not the result of a type of generalized fragility? Our intention is to induce sensations and not to express theories. I (still) strongly believe that the theatre can truly sound the alarm as well as being a refuge from it all. And I also believe that under the social masks worn in different contexts in which we are coerced to have an opinion, a clear standpoint, to be for or against something, I still believe, that behind all of these, the same fragile thing lies: the desire to be well, to reach peace within. 

Leta Popescu