Playing saying having pleasure

Premiere12. sep 2002
Produsert avan aufbauproject
CoprodusenterTeaterhuset Avant Garden
MålgruppeUngdom, Voksne (fra 16)
UttrykksformerTverrkunstnerisk, Teater

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Playing saying having pleasure (2002) var en teaterproduksjon av an aufbauproject. Playing saying having pleasure er inspirert av Banana Yoshimotos bøker.

Regissør var Catherine Kahn.

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    Frida Holsten, dato ukjent, Adresseavisa [Trondheim]:
    “[....] beretningen om en forelskelse du sent vil glemme [...] Kahn har med kløkt satt sammen flere forskjellige retninger og tradisjoner [...] Et ny-neurotisk teater som underholder, fascinerer og forfører.” 

    Jan Nordstrand, dato ukjent, Adresseavisa [Trondheim]:
    “Energisk som en musikkvideo” 

    Fredrik Rutter, dato ukjent, Aftenposten [Oslo]:
    “[...] forestillingens fremmdrift blir av Catherine Kahn presentert på en meget orginal måte” 

    Grete Indahl, dato ukjent, Klassekampen [Oslo]:
    “Kahns formspråk er feminint facsinerende. Hun blander naiv uskyld og og feminin styrke. Kahn er god på casting og velger karismatiske utøvere med en personlighet som kommer til utrykk i forsetillingen “Playing saying having pleasure”.”

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    Playing saying having pleasure

    This is what we should wonder and take into account in our little life.

    1.How human have repeatedly lost hope, and how new encounters, and a new pair of spectacles revive them.

    2. How men and women have slowly learned to have interesting conversations.

    3. How people searching for their roots are only beginning to look far and deep enough.

    4. How some people have acquired immunity to loneliness.

    5. How new forms of love have been invented?

    6. Why there are has been more progress in cooking than in sex

    7. How the desire that man feel for woman, and for other men, (has altered through the centuries, though)

    8.How respect has become more desirable than power.

    9. How people have freed themselves from early fear by finding new fears.

    10. How curiosity has become the key to freedom.

    11. Why it has been increasingly difficult to destroy one’s enemies.

    12. How the art of escaping from one’s trouble has developed, but not the art of knowing where to escape.

    13. Why toleration has never been enough.

    14. How travellers are becoming the largest nation in the world, and how they have learned not to see only what they are looking for.

    15. Why friendship between men and women has been so fragile.

    16. How even astrologers resist their destiny?

    17. How humans become hospitable to each other.

    18. What becomes possible when soul mates meet?

    Supported by Norsk Kulturråd, Fond for lyd og bilde.

    KILDER:

    Danse- og teatersentrums tidligere scenekunstdatabase, importert 24.06.2010

    Teaterhuset Avant Garden. Sesongprogram høst 2002. Giver: TAG, 18.02.2014