I Sing The Body Electric is an experimental music theatre performance, exploring the relationships between music, drama, text and movement. Searching for a new methodology in how one approaches music theatre and opera, it follows our protagonist from birth to death, looking at what it means to live life to the fullest, celebrating life and the inevitability of death. Inspired by a Charles Bukowski poem and the little known play The Theatre of The Soul by Nikolai Evreinov, I Sing The Body Electric is musically improvised in collaboration with SNIM – Spontaneous Network for Improvised Music.
Developed in the musical city of Vienna, this short and unusual music theatre piece is travelling to London, to be part of the Tête à Tête Festival 2014.
9th August @ 18:55
10th August @ 14:55
King’s Place, 90 York Way, London, N1 9AG.
9th August 2014 – 18:55 – 19:35
10th August 2014 – 14:55 – 15:35
@ St Pancras Room, Kings Place, 90 York Way, London, N1 9AG
Tickets: £7.50 (online) £9.50 (on the door)
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Libretto: Claire Blake
Text adaption from Charles Bukowski: Claire Blake
Director: Claire Blake
Musical Director: Hannes Dufek
Technical Director: Stephan Werner
Design: Claire Blake
Projection Artist: Jan Müller
Assistant Director: Steffi Günther
Assistant Props/Costume/Set: Katrin Hupf
A – Werner Kitzmüller
Soul – Jonas Bente
E – Christina Scherrer
With support from the Austrian Culture Forum London, Stuthe and SKE.