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PARTEA 2. PUTEREA/ II. RÉSZ. A HATALOM

14+ Română/Román/Romanian Hungarian/English
PARTEA 2. PUTEREA/ II. RÉSZ. A HATALOM PART 2. POWER

PARTEA 2. PUTEREA/ II. RÉSZ. A HATALOM 14+

PART 2. POWER
Română/Román/Romanian Hungarian/English

Directed by: Petro Ionescu

Playwriting: Selma Dragoș

Set design: Alexandra Budianu 

Music: Adonis Tanța 

Choreography: Cătălin Filip 

Video editing: Călin Deneș

Assistants to the director: Călin Deneș, Alexandra Ioana Harapu, Antonia Mihăilescu, Roxana Țentea

Sound and lighting: Robert Kocsis

 

With: Andrada Balea, Cătălin Filip, Oana Mardare, Endre Rácz, Tavi Voina 

Photo and video for the poster: Mihai Păcurar
 

Duration: 100 min

Age: 14+

 

Subject: the power of others

Genre: speculative historical fiction

Atmosphere: controlled

 

"Wherever I have found life, I have found the will to power." (Friedrich Nietzsche, Thus Spoke Zarathustra)

The performance Part 2. Power explores the theme of power and the relationship with strangers/the other through the exploration of the artistic languages of two disciplines: theatre and film. 

Five performers and a video installation traverse different stages of human history, seen as manifestations of the will to power. If power is a fundamental engine of the world, then it gives rise to social rules and structures as well as chaos and disaster.

The performance is the second part of the Solidarity trilogy, and is constructed in antithesis to the performance Part 1. Love. The performances that are part of the trilogy work independently, they stand on their own and there is no need to view them chronologically. 

"I hope the show will challenge audiences to question more about relationship to power and the ways in which it is declined. It's a show that actually seeks a lot of introspection, even if it doesn't seem that way at first. I don’t want it to be, and I don’t think it is a comfortable show, but that doesn't mean it's heavy, on the contrary, we've worked with a lot of humour." (Petro Ionescu - director)

 

The event is part of the Fágáș project. Multicultural perspectives - the consolidation of cultural entrepreneurship in Cluj-Napoca in the Romanian-Hungarian interethnic context.

Program financed by the SEE Grants 2014-2021 within the RO-CULTURE Program.

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20:00 - Today, 28 February 2024
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Spectacolul va avea subtitrare în limba engleză și în limba maghiară

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