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Performance „Peter Pans”

April 12, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

50% Male Experimental Theatre Present
Peter Pans
A generation of people who don’t want to grow up.

Project Arts Centre 19-21 April 2011
Project Arts Centre, 39 East Essex Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2

“Peter: Forget them, Wendy. Forget them all. Come with me where you’ll never, never have to worry about grown up things again.
Wendy: Never is an awfully long time.”

Choreographed by Anna Gąciarz, Peter Pans explores the syndrome of the same name, a generation of people who don’t want to grow up and who find it difficult to express love. This is a generation that wants their early adulthood to never end- people with the body of an adult but the mind of a child. They want to be entertained and have fun. Let the future take care of itself.

Brought to you by 50% Male Experimental Theatre, a multicultural group from Poland, Ireland and, Uzbekistan, Peter Pans is an amazing spectacle and a story that is funny, touching, raw and, ultimately, true. Be part of it and try to find an answer to a lifelong question: will they ever grow up?

VENUE: Project Arts Centre East Essex Street, Temple Bar, Dublin 2
DATE: 19, 20, 21 Apr 2011
TIME: 8pm
TICKETS: €12/10 (for bookings of 6 and more €10)
BOX OFFICE: (01) 881 9613/14 39
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Buy 3 tickets and get a 4th ticket free!
Call box-office to book at +353 1 8819 613 and mention this offer.
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Extra Information:

50% Male Experimental Theatre is comprised of three female and three male performers and this, their debut show, tells its story through the universal body language of physical theatre. The 6-strong cast all have wildly different back-stories, complimentary skills and a tendency to crack up at tender, ‘sensitive’ moments. The group is a multicultural art project and they are from Poland, Ireland and, Uzbekistan. They are dancers and stilt-walkers, office workers and visual artists, jokers and choreographers. The group first got together in February 2009 and, discovering an amazing chemistry, decided to create a universal tale about their generation.


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