Myllyteatteri: Case Gala

16 & 17 October, 2015, 7 p.m.

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Myllyteatteri’s [Mill Theatre’s] Case Gala is a like a carrousel of the mind. It is created from the family memories of the director Miira Sippola, and through them the common history of the European man and human kind marches in. The stage art of Tadeusz Kantor’s and Cricot 2 have had its impact and inspiration to Myllyteatteri’s visual and physical stage language, however developed it in its unique way. In Case Gala the actors and the human size puppets, together with objects and music, finally conjure up a gala of possible a bit more clear mind.

 

 

Actors: Jaakko Kiljunen, Paula Koivunen, Kaisa-Liisa Logrén, Jarkko Nyman, Niina Tamminiemi, Ulla Raitio, Yuko Takeda, Idalotta Backman, Henna Kaikula ja Pilvi Hämäläinen
Concept, text and directing: Miira Sippola
Performance Dramaturgy: Titta Halinen
Scenography, making of the puppets, costume design: Lukasz Trzcinski
Sound design: Joonas Outakoski
Light design: Luca Sirviö
Producer: Elina Raitis / Myllyteatteri

 

 

Myllyteatteri
Myllyteatteri is a Helsinki-based professional theatre company which creates uniquelly visual and musical stage language. The conpany has made performances in Finland as well as abroad. The biggest productions by Myllyteatteri have been Dante’s Divina Comedia, which was done as Finnish Portuguese-Greek cooperation. The performance wan a great succes in Portugal and wan the prize of Best Performance in Skupi ITF festival in Macedonia (2012). In Finland Myllyteatteri is remembered, beside its performances, from the megalomanic theatre happening, Tragedy Competition, arranged in downtown Helsinki (2008). Myllyteatteri makes the performances as site specific. As the performance spaces there has been a marble quarry, a factory space, a glass cube Espa stage, in down town Helsinki, in addition to more normal theatre stages. Myllyteatteri is lead by director-writer Miira Sippola and there are professionals of theatre, dance and circus in its working teams.

 

More info:

www.myllyteatteri.fi

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