Thespian Play

concept, composition, direction, video: Falk Hübner

performance: Heiner Gulich

A saxophone player stands on stage without his instrument. He is performing a musical choreography, synchronised with sounds from two loudspeakers. Searching for musical expression he is forced to the mechanical rhythm of the soundtrack, and every imperfection in timing bears the risk to let everything fall apart.


Performance history

11.2.2009 Orpheus Institute, Gent, B

18.2.2009 Scheltema, Leiden, NL

01.4.2009 Theatre Zeebelt, Den Haag, NL

23.4.2009 Central School of Speech and Drama, London, UK

21.5.2009 Glasgow, UK

27.9.2009 House of Cultures, Brussel, B

21.11.2009 Maastricht, NL

3.12.2009 Highschool of Arts (HKU), Utrecht, NL

5.2.2010 KABK, Den Haag, NL

31.7.2010 Estoril Festival, Estoril, PT

31.5.2013 Schouwburg Rotterdam, NL (as part of “Sounds of Absence)

1.6.2013 Schouwburg Rotterdam, NL (as part of “Sounds of Absence)

2.6.2013 Schouwburg Rotterdam, NL (as part of “Sounds of Absence)

8.11.2013 Artemis Den Bosch, November Music festival (as part of “Sounds of Absence”)

6.12.2013 Festival “Les Urbaines”, Lausanne, CH

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