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Euripides Laskaridis - Osmosis Performing Arts Co. as part of Dublin Dance Festival
Dates: 26 May - 28 May
Show Time: 7pm
Tickets: €13 - €15
A makeshift room is decorated in a haphazard D.I.Y fashion. In this banal yet surreal world a performer puts his awkwardly shaped body under the magnifying glass.
Unflinching and uninhibited, it is an impossible body of indeterminate sex. At once entertaining and tragic, he amuses and shocks with elements of cabaret, vaudeville and slapstick.
Euripides Laskaridis, a 2016 Pina Bausch Fellow, is a Greek director, choreographer, short filmmaker and performer who grapples with ideas of ridicule and transformation directly related to his country’s recent unrest.
Outrageous and uniquely memorable, Relic will test the limits of your acceptance of the unfamiliar and foreign.
“Euripides Laskaridis is a Greek exponent of the theatre of the absurd, without inhibition and possessing enormous charisma”
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Running time: 40 min (no interval)
Warning: Contains flashing lights and smoke effects
Post-Show Talk: Thu 26 May
Director/Choreographer/Performer/Set Design: Euripides Laskaridis
Assistant Director: Tatiana Bre
Photographer: Evi Fylaktou
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