(c) Jörg Baumann, (c) WoA

Fabrice Mazliah


Telling Stories – A Version for Three

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Please find an english ticketing guideline here (the system is only in german)

3 protagonists, 1 space, a few objects and a multitude of perspectives over-layered one, on top of the other, on top of another, on top of a completely different other one. “Telling Stories – A Version for Three” unfolds through a cubist-kind of choreography, in which things could mean many different things to many different people. It is a sort of a puzzle where the detail and the whole do not keep a steady relationship of proportion, where it is the inter-relations which actually govern the evolution of things, and where the internal situations of the three performer keep referring indirectly to external ones, that eventually come closer in order to dis-appear. “Telling Stories – A Version for Three” is an adaptation of the work “Telling Stories”, originally conceived for seven performers, created with the Köln based MichaelDouglasKollektiv which premiered at the Mousonturm in December 2015. Now Fabrice Mazliah develops a special version for three performers and camera. The premiere will be broadcasted live from Frankfurt LAB on Januayr 8th.

Duration: 60 min.
Language: English
Digital world premiere
Mousonturm Koproduktion im Rahmen der Tanzplatform Rhein-Main

Please note: The ticket sale ends one hour before the start of the digital show each day.

The link for the digital performance will be on your ticket. Please click on the link a few minutes prior to the performance and enter your personal access code. The video stream will start automatically when the performance begins.

Problems with purchasing tickets:
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Problems with streaming:
Please call our Mousonturm hotline (08.-12.01., 6-9 p.m.) +49 (0) 172 – 720 32 05

On 8 January the first performance will be streamed live from the Frankfurt LAB. From 9 to 12 January the recording will be shown at the same time.

The stream will start on time. Should you wish to watch it at a later time, then you will be able to access it from one hour after the performance has ended, and up to 24 hours after the start of the performance.