A collective creation inspired by “Simplicity” - a poem of Argentine poet, essayist and short-story writer Jorge Luis Borges (1899 –1986).
Director Guillermo Angelelli, who draws from Eugenio Barba's principles of theatre anthropology, guides actor-students from Intercultural Theatre Institute into creating their own original material from the writings and creative works of Borges and other artists.
ABOUT THE DIRECTOR
GUILLERMO ANGELELLI (Argentina)
An actor, director and teacher, Guillermo Angelelli was one of the founders of Clu del Claun, a pioneering group that defied tradition in the 1980s and gained legendary status in Buenos Aires. In 1986, he began to develop training and research work with Iben Nagel Rassmusen (of Denmark’s Odin Teatret), and is now a member of the Vindenes Bro Group (The Bridge of Winds) managed by Rassmusen.
Angelelli is a multi-award winner for his work in theatre and has received the Harlequin Award for Best Actor and Director for Asterion (1992), GATEA Award and Maria Guerrero Award for Best Actor for The Threepenny Opera (2004) and Hamlet (2004), and Maria Guerrero Award for Best Actor in Woyzeck (2006).
To see more of Angelelli's work, visit The Bridge of Winds livestream.
at The National Library Building
S$25 excluding ticketing fee (Standard)
S$20 excluding ticketing fee (Concession rate for NSF / senior citizens / students)
[ Thu ] - [ Sat ]
8:00 PM - 9:00 PM SGT
- Drama Centre Black Box at The National Library
Thu, 17 Mar, 8PM (Standard) SOLD OUT $25.99 Thu, 17 Mar, 8PM (Concession) SOLD OUT $20.99 Fri, 18 Mar, 8PM (Standard) SOLD OUT $25.99 Fri, 18 Mar, 8PM (Concession) SOLD OUT $20.99 Sat, 19 Mar, 3PM (Standard) SOLD OUT $25.99 Sat, 19 Mar, 3PM (Concession) SOLD OUT $20.99 Sat, 19 Mar, 8PM (Standard) SOLD OUT $25.99 Sat, 19 Mar, 8PM (Concession) SOLD OUT $20.99
- Venue Address
- 100 Victoria St, #05-01 National Library Building, 188064 Singapore
5 min walk from Bugis MRT Station and City Hall MRT Station