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Time fears the pyramid
Time fears the pyramid by Passage Nord was a decomposition of Chekhov's play Tre søstre. Time fears the pyramide played at The Norwegian Theatre in Oslo.
Information(Objekt ID 15432)
|Produced by||Passage Nord Project|
|Coproducers||The Norwegian Theatre|
|Based on||Three Sisters AKA The Three Sisters by Anton Tsjekhov|
|Expressions||Theatre, Dance, Song, Multidisciplinary|
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In Passage Nord's catalogue the following is written about Time fears the pyramid:
"A performance based on a composition model in which a movement- or a directing pattern is repeated four times, each time shown in a new direction in the space. The texts are a decomposition of Chekhov's Three Sisters, rewritten into a monologue for an older actress. The other two sisters are represented by a ballet dancer and a singer. Three men carry out physical acts; they show the male element in Chekhov's text. The female dancer is wheeled in a two metre high steel tower, the depiction of a dream of a trip (to Moscow). Between the four acts, or scenes, actions without words from the stage instructions for each act of Three Sisters are carried out, with suitable props, samovars, books decks of cards etc. The singer sings her longing in the Japanese-inspired Ho by Scelsi. Men are marching and falling repeatedly. In principle, the static and longing in Chekhov are shown by the repetition."
Time fears the pyramid was performed at The Norwegian Theatre (Oslo/Norway).
Catalogue, PASSAGE NORD 1986-1996. Kjetil Skøien, performance, installation. Donated by: Kjetil Skøien, May 2010. Translation: Ruth Waaler.
|Kjetil Skøien||– Adapted by|
|Kjetil Skøien||– Direction|
|Kjetil Skøien||– Stage design|
|Pesjman Sepehri||– Sound design (på video)|
|Jan Erik Spigseth||– Sound design (på video)|
|Halvor Schjelderup||– Light|
|Hege Gabrielsen||– Performer|
|Sossen Krohg||– Performer|
|Hans Rønningen||– Performer|
|Kjetil Skøien||– Performer|
|Jon Tombre||– Performer|
|Hilde Torgersen||– Performer|
|Geir Skjegstad||– Photo|