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 Ariel Teatr


Nationality:    Poland
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        Little Requiem For Kantor, A

Little Requiem For Kantor, A

First seen in Britain in the early 1970s, the work of Polish director Tadeusz Kantor and his Cricot 2 ensemble, in productions such as Dead Class, left an indelible impression on audiences all over Europe. In this remarkable evocation of Kantors world, two original Cricot 2 performers, Mira Rychlicka, and Zofia Kalinska who devised and directed the piece, join with British actors and Bartosz Chajdeckis Ariel String Quartet from Cracow, to recreate the atmosphere and unforgettable imagery of some of his epoch-defining shows. No-one who has experienced the power of Kantors work will want to miss this dramatic tribute, ten years on from the artists death. For a new generation of theatre-goers, too young to have seen the originals, A Little Requiem For Kantor provides a tantalizing glimpse through the mists of time.

part of London International Mime Festival 2001. The first Festival took place at The Cockpit Theatre and Arts Centre, London NW8, in January 1977. In that year the event was called The Cockpit Festival of Mime and Visual Theatre. It is now the longest running festival of its kind in the world. With the exceptions of 1983 and 1986, the Festival has taken place each year, featuring, in addition to workshops, films, debates and special events, performances by the following artists and companies.

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ICA, London, UK >>>    23 Jan 2001


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