Fabrice Mazliah / Work of Act

Telling Stories - a version for three

Tanzplattform Deutschland 2022,,

How do you furnish a room with objects you can’t see? Three performers share their imagination with the audience on a stage that is open on all sides and challenges both spectators and performers to reveal their own (unconscious) layers of projection and observation. A simple but complex invitation to relate oneself to things present or absent. Telling Stories – a version for three doesn’t narrate de/construction but enables it to be experienced choreographically with and through bodies. The mechanisms of our perception are literally spatialised and sometimes even inverted on a spectrum from visual description to visualisation, from phantasy to abstraction.

Conceived & Choreographed by Fabrice Mazliah / Performed by Katja Cheraneva, Susanne Grau, Tilman O’Donnell / Dramaturgical assistance: May Zarhy / Sound composition by Johannes Helberger | kling klang klong / Light concept: Harry Schulz & Matthias Rieker / Technical Direction: Matthias Rieker / Costumes: Anne-Marie Miene / Production management: Johanna Milz

Thu 17.03.22, 17:00*
Fri 18.03.22, 20:00
Sat 19.03.22, 18:00

Venue: Radialsystem / Halle, Holzmarktstr. 33, 10243 Berlin
Language: English
Duration: 60'

*with an artist talk after the show

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The audience area is seated. Early boarding is possible.



Telling Stories - a version for three is a co-production of Work of Act and Künstlerhaus Mousonturm in the frame of Tanzplattform Rhein-Main.
Work of Act is supported by the Office for Culture of the City of Frankfurt am Main.
The production is funded by the Ministry for Family, Children, Youth, Culture and Sports of Northrhine-Westphalia, Kunststiftung nrw, the Office for Culture of the City of Frankfurt am Main and the Hessen Ministry for the Sciences and Arts.
The production was made possible thanks to Tanzlabor 21 / Tanzbasis Frankfurt Rhein-Main and supported by NATIONALES PERFORMANCE NETZ (NPN) Coproduction Fund for Dance,  funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media on the basis of a decision by the German Bundestag.