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Eesti: Myths & Machines

Eesti: Myths & Machines

Venue:

Market Hall Performing Arts Centre: 140 Charlotte St, Peterborough

Performances:

September 14, 2013

8:00 pm

Tickets:

$22 / $15 students, underwaged / $5 high school students

Public workshops with Peter Trosztmer & company
Memoir and performance Mon & Tues, Sept 9 & 10, 7-10pm
Building instruments from found material Tues, Sept 10, 3-6pm
Open rehearsal with Q & A Fri, Sept 13, 4-5pm

 

Created and performed by
Peter Trosztmer
Creative assistance
Thea Patterson
Dramaturge
Lois Brown
Sound design
Jean-Sébastian Durocher
Sound
Eric Forget
Visual artist and sculptor
Jeremy Gordaneer
Lighting 
Rasmus Sylvest
Technical director
Paul Chambers

Inspired by the stories of his grandfather’s escape from Estonia (Eesti) at the end of WWII, Eesti: Myths and Machines is a tour de force of movement, storytelling and multi-disciplinary collaboration. At its centre a mobile sound sculpture – the machine – suggests the castle where an uncle was tortured, the boat in which his family fled Estonia, and of course, the machine of war. Themes of heroism, redemption and madness lead us through a delirious narrative, describing a story at once epic and sobering.

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  • Ontario Arts Council
  • Canadian Heritage
  • City of Peterborough
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