olO

A round-cropped collage of closeup photos of indistinguishable surfaces and textures.

olO explores poem as crossing between illusion and mundane in the theatre space and in the body. Poem as something that connects equally to everyday and utopist realities, perceptions and layers. It creates and researches intensities and intimacies in and between body and theatre space.

olO aims to create difference and to question what performativity and non-performativity can mean in the world and in the receiving and intentional body. It moves between liveliness and mortality of the body. It explores temporalities and rhythms of construction of experience and being in the richness and overload of information.

olO explores virtuosity through movement and amateurism through writing existing at the same time in the same body. Amateurism is seen as playful and virtuosity as detailed action. It seeks to define these terms in its own ways. It wants to create potentials for both comedy and drama.

olO is interested in transference and wants the audience to think, experience and create their own connections, meanings and narratives about itself.

This performance contains nudity.

Working group

Choreography: Eeva Juutinen (Master’s Degree Programme in Choreography, artistic thesis work)

Dancers: Maria Mäkelä and Terhi Hartikainen (both Master’s Degree in Dance Performance)

Scenography and costume help: Helka Saariniemi (Degree Programme in Design for the Performing Arts)

Sound design: Tony Sikström (Master Degree in Sound Design)

Light design: Vilma Vantola (guest)

Time

27.8.2021 at 18:00

28.8.2021 at 15:00

28.8.2021 at 18:00

30.8.2021 at 19:00

31.8.2021 at 19:00

1.9.2021 at 19:00

2.9.2021 at 19:00

Location

Studio 2, Theatre Academy

Haapaniemenkatu 6

00530 Helsinki

Tickets

Please make reservations via the links below as soon as possible, amount of available seats is very limited.

 

Premiere Fri 27.8. at 18

 

Sat 28.8. at 15

 

Sat 28.8. at 18

 

Mon 30.8. at 19

 

Tue 31.8. at 19

 

Wed 1.9. at 19

 

Thur 2.9. at 19

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