Why are Flowers Beautiful?

Moscow Theater Teatrplasticheski

Contemporary dance

New Scene

A male plastic production of Moscow plastic theatre. This production originates on the Charles Bridge in Prague where the theatre choreographer accidentally heard an intriguing piece of music composed by a Czech musician Jaroslav Málek. The choreographer brought the music with him back to Moscow where the director came up with the idea of a production performed exclusively by men. The production is mystical, philosophical, based on images, not on the story.

A man living his life without meaning, feels lonely, as if he was in boundless universe; he tries to depict something undepictable. The performance abounds in hypnotic atmosphere, improvisation lines infinitely mingling together, and rhythms, as if the time stood still.  As a result, the audience may find their inner, hidden potential.

The theme of the production corresponds with W. Blake’s quotation:

“To see a World in a Grain of Sand and a Heaven in a Wild Flower, hold Infinity in the palm of your hand and Eternity in an hour.”

Music: Jaroslav Ejali Malek (Czech Republic)

Theme development and director: Lara Garri

Choreography: Jevgenij Venin

Starring: Ivan Sachkov, Roman Mustafin, Artem Bogucharskii, Pavel Kosarev

Music: Jaroslav Ejali Malek (Czech Republic)

Theme development and director: Lara Garri

Choreography: Jevgenij Venin

Starring: Ivan Sachkov, Roman Mustafin, Artem Bogucharskii, Pavel Kosarev

 

Entrance:

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