Key Words72-13, Anti-Theatre, Argentinian Writers, Artists as Mediums, Bedroom, Confidante, Conversation, Customer, Dialogue, Dining Room, Domestic Space, Home, Impossibility of Dialogue, Impossibility of Relationship, Jorge Luis Borges, Julio Cortazar, Lover, Maguerite Duras, Narration, Prostitute, Relationship, Roberto Arit, Room, Service Provider, Siblings, Solitude, Stories Choosing Storytellers, Theatre as Painting, TheatreWorks Associate Artist, Traitor,
Fourplays: ABCD is inspired by a series of conversations between a brother and sister, between a prostitute and her customer, between a man and his lover, between a traitor and his confidante. All the stories take place in a room, bedroom, or dining room, and the dialogues will be taken from three important 20th century Argentine writers – Roberto Arit, Jorge Luis Borges, and Julio Cortazar – and one French writer, Marguerite Duras (Arit, Borges, Cortazar and Duras – A, B, C and D). Aside from the alphabetical coincidence, all the stories reflect the impossibility of human relationships and the impossibility of dialogue. This performance will take the form of a narration.
72-13, Singapore, Singapore
3 & 4 - 6 April 2013
Concept, Director & Set Design: Light Design: Sound Design:
Shawn ParHair Design:
Ashley LimMake-up Design: Performers: Producer:
Tay Tong.Production & Stage Management:
Cody Chen, Lyra Tan, Tan Yi Ting.Sound:
David Lau, Indra Afdalash, Jed Lim, Raden Mahdiyan, Trevor Teo.Project Manager:
Ong Soo Mei.Engagement:
Ang Tingya, Tanya Lee.
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