Marcello Magni and KP Productions present
Tell Them That I Am Young and Beautiful Text by Gilles Aufray Directed by Marcello Magni With Kathryn Hunter and Marcello Magni
6 September – 8 October 2011 8.00pm (mat 3.00pm) Marcello Magni and KP Productions present
Tell Them That I Am Young and Beautiful Text by Gilles Aufray Directed by Marcello Magni Created and performed by Marcello Magni, Kathryn Hunter, Patrice Naiambana, David Bartlomeij Soroczynski and Kora player Tunde Jegede. Designed by Sophie Jump Lighting Designed by Alex Wardle Greed. Hospitality. Sacrifice. Knowledge. Truth. Freedom. Love. Seven words, seven stories, seven moments of theatre played in an empty space like a game, magical and dangerous. A farmer proposes marriage under the stars in Italy, a kidney donor is on the run in Paris, birds come to life in ancient India, a brother plays dead in Senegal, and a young lover is in search of Truth.
An international company draw on their wealth of experience working with Complicite, Peter Brook, Jacques Lecoq and others to devise a new play based on stories from around the world. When words begin to lose their meaning, they lose their weight and men their sense of direction… Sellig Furaya in What Is Gravity Without Stories?
Tell Them That I Am Young and Beautiful explores our relationship with the ‘other’: the person we think we know but don’t, the stranger on the street, the person who is different.
Supported by Marina Kleinwort Trust
Tickets £15 (£11 concessions) Matinees 17, 24 September; 8 October 3.00pm Pay What You Can Tuesdays (tickets in person from 6.30pm - subject to availability) £10 Opening Performances 7, 8 September (not bookable online) Box Office www.arcolatheatre.com 020 7503 1646
Arcola Theatre 24 Ashwin Street Dalston, London E8 3DL
Published on Sep 13, 2011
Greed. Hospitality. Sacrifice. Knowledge. Truth. Freedom. Love. Seven words, seven stories, seven moments of theatre played in an empty spa...