After - Naupaca Dance Factory, in collaboration with Pompea Santoro presents 'After', a contemporary dance show in two parts. Photo: Darrin Zammit Lupi
The first part, titled Purgatorio, is a revisitation of Act II of Naupaca Dance Factory’s DIVINA, a contemporary dance adaptation of Dante Alighieri’s epic poem La Divina Commedia. Directed by Joeline Tabone, the performance investigates the relationship between alienation, loss and the modern man. It presents an amalgamation of choreography and spoken word, and addresses notions of liminality and spirituality in a contemporary world.
The second part, titled Non Solo Carmen: Donne Vittime dell’ Amore, explores themes of love, violence and womanhood. Pompea Santoro curates and directs a performance that presents three emblematic female figures, namely Carmen, Giselle and Juliet. Santoro adapts important works by Birgit Cullberg and Mats Ek into a dance commentary on the physical and psychological subjugation of women in society.
Director - Joeline Tabone
Production Manager/Assistant to the Director – Deborah Agius
Production Designer - Luke Azzopardi
Text writer/Creative Associate - Maria Theuma
Administration and Public Relations - Vivienne Bajada
Web Designer - Philip Sultana
Official Interviewer - Maureen Saguna
Collaborating Photographer - Charles Paul Azzopardi
Videographer - Jon Camilleri
Naupaca Dance Factory's PURGATORIO
Direction & Choreography – Joeline Tabone
Concept & Text – Maria Theuma
Costume Design - Luke Azzopardi
Costume Construction - Vicky Ann Xuereb
Rehearsal Coach - Deborah Agius
Music Score - Melissa Portelli, Danny Magro, Ismael Azzopardi, Mario Sammut, Dru Mayer.
EkoDance Project's NON SOLO CARMEN
Direction - Pompea Santoro
Carmen: Choreography by Mats Ek, Music by Chedrin / Bizet.
Juliet and Romeo: Choreography by Birgit Cullberg, Music by Prokofiev.
Giselle: Choreography by Mats Ek, Music by Adolf Adam
- Darrin Zammit Lupi
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- 5184x3456 / 6.1MB
- Contained in galleries