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Once There Was A Forest

Plastic, charcoal, ice, stone, skull...

in what ways these materials speak about our world today?

Three performers on stage, using materials, movement and sound, create the ever-changing landscape of a fragile world, while tapping into our memory of its past and our imagination of its future.

 

WHEN & WHERE

Friday 19 & Saturday 20 November 2021, Apothikes 79, 81-83 Agiou Lazarou str., Larnaca, Cyprus.

Friday 26 & Saturday 27 November 2021, Polychoros Synergeio, 91A Eleutherias str. Lemesos, Cyprus.

PREVIOUS PRODUCTIONS

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Once There Was A Forest  - The Workshop

Choreographer Konstantina Skalionta opens her practice in a workshop for professionals and non, with interest in working with the body and materials.

 

During this workshop, participants will use choreographic scores developed during the creative process of the performance Once There Was A Forest, to explore how different materials move us by triggering our senses, memory and imagination. In addition to this, participants will explore drawing and writing as a way of documenting their kinetic experience as well as a way of generating movement. The workshop will end with a short discussion around the theme of body and materials.

 

 

When: Sunday, 10 October 2021,

Where: Dance House Lefkosia

Starting time: 10:30

Duration: 2 ½ hours

 

Cost: 20 (adult), 15 (student)

Open to professionals and non, with some previous experience in movement improvisation.

Once There Was a Forest (2020)

Once There Was a Forest (2020)

Presented as part of the NO BODY At A Distance 2020, organised by the Dance House Lefkosia Photo: Sergio Vaccaro.

Once There Was A Forest (2020)

Once There Was A Forest (2020)

photo by Christos Makris

#NoFilterNeeded (2019)

#NoFilterNeeded (2019)

Photo by Artemis Evlogimemou

Land(e)scape (2018)

Land(e)scape (2018)

Be My Home

Be My Home

Photo: Jonathon Vines

Be My Home (2020)

Be My Home (2020)

photo by Pavlos Vrionides