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Recreated in collaboration with its original author, Gyula Moln?r, this surprising and innovative show uses an extravagant ritual language to give expression to everyday objects. The objects are not disguised or transformed to impersonate characters with human vicissitudes. Instead, each one plays as itself with astonishing dignity, accepting or trying to escape its objective function. The actor does not use the objects, but helps them to express themselves in a nakedness and sobriety that is both touching and exciting to watch.
Archive :: production:T276356680, play:S689959619, venue:V1384579886
Three Brief Exorcisms of Quotidian Use
Part of the Bristol Festival of Puppetry
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