“M — means Magritte”. Avant-garde drama performance by the BlackSKYwhite Theater within the OPEN LOOK international festival
BlackSKYwhite Theater will present their avant-garde drama performance "M — means Magritte" at Erarta Stage on 7 July.
Blackskywhite Theatre is one of the most spectacular theatres in the world and the only Russian theater, awarded by the world's biggest Edinburgh Festival Fringe First. Every year Glastonbury Festival and its 300 000 audience look forward to seeing new performances by BlackSKYwhite Theatre. This summer it was “M — means Magritte”, which finally has arrived to Russia.
Imagine the world available in separate entities that can be taken out of a box and connected upon your wish. What kind of picture would you build? Would it be a familiar world, or something absolutely different?
Any Magritte’s painting is an eyewitness account of a person who managed to look into the Multiverse, an alternative universe, where one is empowered to combine pieces of the existing world into any desired mosaics. There are no boundaries between the Multiverse spaces, but the private time of each world does not allow them to interact.
What will happen to the world, if we slightly shake it? Not to destroy it, but to push it in the direction of kindness and light...
Total duration — 55’’.
From June 30 to July 9, 2015, XVII International Summer Festival of Contemporary Dance OPEN LOOK will bring to St. Petersburg the best of the best. OPEN LOOK, founded in 1999, has come a long way from a summer dance school to the most anticipated dance event in St. Petersburg.
The organizers — Kannon Dance Company — annually introduce the local audience world’s trends of contemporary dance and related disciplines: visual theater, performance, dance film, and multimedia.