PLATONS HULE – Mon der er liv efter TV?

PLATO’S CAVE – IS THERE LIFE AFTER TELEVISION?
World premiere marts 2014.
A philosophical everyday life comedy based on Plato’s Cave Myth of a man who dares to turn around and look another way than the group. A tale about the comfortable life on the couch, and everything that might be around. The sisters Anne and Anne live safely in their own hollow world, with TV as the only window. But when they acquire a child to join their favorite TV program, they get more than they had anticipated! In Teater Hund’s characteristic physical and visual style of playing the story is told with humor, hope and reflection for both small and large.

Great fun for kids is just the performance’s both revealing, playful and magical use of green screen technology that many children know from visits to Experimentarium City.
***** Vibeke Wern, Berlingske Tidende (Danish newspaper)

 

For 5-12 year olds and their adults.
Plato’s Cave premiered at Anemone teatret in Copenhagen March 13, 2014

Performers: Anne Dalsgaard, Anne Abbednæs and Thomas Guldberg Madsen
Director: Methe Bendix
Set design: Leah Burrows
Dramaturgical consultant Jane Rasch
Choreographic consultant: Adelaide Bentzon
Sound designer: Erik Christoffersen
Lighting designer: Sonja Lea
Video designer: Helle Lyshøj
Costumes: Hanne Mørup
Technician and builds: Jonas Møller Andersen
PR and communications: Tina Selmer Bertelsen
Administration: Kenneth Gall
Production: Teater Hund

With support from: Statens Kunstfonds Projektstøtteudvalg for scenekunst, Wilhelm Hansen Fonden, Danske Dramatikere and Københavns Scenekunstudvalg.

Platons Hule / Teater Hund

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