Frankenstein

Frankenstein , Konzerttheater Bern, Switzerland
22 t/m 19 May 2015
Inspired by Mary Shelley’s novel “Frankenstein” (written 1817 in the Lake Geneva area), Estefania Miranda has created a dance piece which is giving insight into the process of an artificial creature becoming more and more human. Special attention is paid to the emotional relation between creator and creature. In addition to this, the research process for the piece has focused on topics such as acquiring language and social skills, being influenced by one’s personal environment and feeling disdained and marginalized by society.

Credits

Director & Choreographer : Estefania Miranda
Set & costume designer: Gabrielle Wasmuth
Composers: Jeroen Strijbos & Rob van Rijswijk
Video Artist: Yoann Trellu
Dramaturg: Christoph Gaiser Read all about this project
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25 t/m 27 September 2020

Signal bij de Rotte

Signal bij de Rotte, Prinsenmolenpark, Rotterdam The Netherlands

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17 t/m 20 September 2020

Signal at Dusk

Signal at Dusk, Irvine Beach Park Scotland

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Festival Boulevard, 's Hertogenbosch NL

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26 t/m 30 July 2020

Signal in Graz

La Strada, Graz Austria

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