Grensgeval (Belgium)


Sun 17.3. at 1 pm Stoa, Helsinki SOLD OUT!
Mon 18.3. at 10 am Stoa, Helsinki (for kindergarten and school groups)
Tue 19.3. at 10 am Malmitalo, Helsinki (for kindergarten and school groups)
Wed 20.3. at 10 am Malmitalo, Helsinki (for kindergarten and school groups)

Age recommendation: 4+
Duration: 50 min.

Murmur is acrobatic sound theatre that appeals to the senses. With murmuring backpacks, a landscape of speakers and an acrobatic composer. An imaginative performance for everyone who sometimes longs to be more than just human.

Camiel is building a world full of sounds. A purring cat comes from a pocket, a swarm of bees flies through the air, two arms create the sound of cars. Far away you hear a finger squeaking on a window. Sea becomes wind becomes breath. Surrounded by the audience, Camiel jumps, falls, rolls, and flies in his attempt to compose the world.

Suddenly the audience’s backpacks start to buzz and everything and everyone becomes part of a swirl of sounds in a loudspeaker landscape.

After the successful family performance Plock! (2017) Grensgeval collaborated again with Camiel Corneille and Stijn Dickel. The result: fizzing new circus sound theatre for all the senses!

Concept: Hanne Vandersteene, Mahlu Mertens, Stijn Dickel
Acrobat: Cecilia Rosso
Directors: Hanne Vandersteene and Mahlu Mertens
Sound composition: Stijn Dickel (aifoon)
Dramaturgy: Mieke Versyp
Software: Tim De Paepe
Hardware: Jeroen Vandesande
Light design: Geert Vanoorlé
Costumes: Dorine Demuynck
Technicians: Rinus Samyn, Sil Verdickt
Photo: Geert Roels
Coproducers: aifoon, Provinciaal domein Dommelhof/Theater op de Markt, C-Takt, MiraMiro, Sabam for Culture
With support of: De Vlaamse Overheid, Stad Gent, De Grote Post, Circuscentrum, Circusnext  
Special thanks to: Sterre De Vresse, Ward Mortier, Camille Paycha

Shortlisted circusnext 2018-2019, European programme coordinated by circusnext and supported by the European Union.

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