One apple a day
You are invited to a journey, somewhere in the Solar System, in a place with enough water for life, enough life for apples, enough apples for a theatre show.
Their names are Adélaïde, Ricarda, Jeanne-Geneviève, and Professor I. .
They have happened into this place, and they are trying to understand.
They are colourful, shaky, structured, hungry, poetic, unefficient, strong, on the edge... present.
They need you.
To become alive.
Written and performed by Elise B.
Artistic Catalyst: Kaitlin Kaufman
Clown Facilitator: Katie Rebich
Heart Engineer: David B.
HELIKOS, International School of Theatre Creation: the dedicated teachers, the inspiring students, and the legacy of Jacques Lecoq
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312 West 36th Street
New York City, NY 10018
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