At the turn of the 19th century, in artists' studios throughout Europe, young women were summoned by painters to pose for their greatest masterpieces. Some of these models' names are preserved by history, but most remain unremembered, unspoken of, anonymous.
Using the history and works of landmark Expressionist painter Gustav Klimt as their inspiration, THEATRE ENCOUNTER imagines the experiences of these unknown women in this all-new performance creation.
An alluring blend of expressionist dance, music and light, this production explores the ways in which the artist's model is a tool - a plaything - while also having her own motives, goals, and desires. KLIMT'S PLAYTHINGS is an unsettling and sensual experience for a limited number of audience, who sit in the midst of the action of the performance.
MAR 27-30, 2019
The Studio Theatre @cSpace King Edward
7:30PM Nightly with a 2PM matinee on March 30
Directed by MICHAEL FENTON; Performed by VAL DUNCAN and ELAN PRATT; Stage Management by ALYSSA NEUDORF; Lighting Design by EMIL AGOPIAN; Stage Design by JOHN HALE; Sound Design by GAEL GEVIRS SOUND PROJECT
Studio Theatre @cSpace King Edward (View)
1721 29th Avenue SW
Calgary, AB T2T 6T7
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|