LES GASPARD

June 14, 2013  •  Leave a Comment

[EN] "The Gaspard do not know anything about the world around them. They are inoffensive, timid, awkward sometimes but always benevolent, and they are very preoccupied with their integration. During their course in the city, a strange, absurd and shifted communication is created between the audience and these character-puppets. Each meeting is the way to learn sounds, words, objects and gestures, which will constitute their vocabulary at the end of the course. Finally, satisfied with their integration, they give their very personal and cosmopolitan version of a great tragic drama, supported by sound extracts from theatre, cinema and television."

Source:  LES GASPARD

The entire FITS gallery can be seen here: FITS 2013

[RO] "Membrii familiei Gaspard nu ştiu nimic despre lumea care-i înconjoară. Sunt inofensivi, timizi, uneori ciudaţi, dar întotdeauna binevoitori şi preocupaţi să se integreze. Pe durata plimbării lor prin oraş se realizează o comunicare ciudată, absurdă şi fluctuantă între public şi aceste personaje - păpuşi. Fiecare întâlnire este o ocazie de a învăţa sunete, cuvinte, obiecte şi gesturi care vor forma vocabularul lor la finalul plimbării.

În cele din urmă, mulţumiţi de felul în care au reuşit să se integreze, oferă versiunea cosmopolită şi cât se poate de personală a unei mari tragedii, susţinuţi de crâmpeie de sunete din teatru, cinema şi de la televizor."

Sursa: BOEMII

Întreaga galerie a festivalului poate fi vizionată aici: FITS 2013

 

 


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