Sorrow is a solo dance performance and a theater monologue in one.
A wonderful and philosophical performance. Retained and drawn movements alternate with powerful and expressive dance phrases. At the same time, the narrator tells a story. He lets the words float on a soundscape. Dance, sound, image and voice coexist in a democratic way. Four elements are the equal. This is in contrast to the story based on The vice-consul by the French writer Marguerite Duras and the lithograph of the same name by Vincent van Gogh: SORROW. About a young girl who has to leave the country where she was born. Homeless, hungry and no protection.
A performance for young and old.
Dance: Kamee Frieling
Tekst: Ari Peterse
Presented as part of Stockholm Fringe Festival
It’s the 12th edition of the Stockholm Fringe Festival! For the 2nd year running, we’re exploring a hybrid format that connects local and global talent with audiences in Stockholm and beyond.