Simply … Impossible.
Two dilettantes weave philosophy and nonsense through fragments, cracked memories, dance, milk, dance and milk, milk and dance … into impossibly orchestrated anarchy.
Alma Alter penetrates into and researches the primary, essential theatre means of expression in the context of the present day. Alma Alter is syncretic, creative, unconventional, daring and is also known in Bulgaria as The Living Theatre. The philosophy and the methodology of Alma Alter is based on the aesthetics and practice of Bulgarian poet and theatre reformer Geo Milev and probably is closest to Polish theatre-maker Grotowski’s ‘Poor Theatre’ principles. The art of Alma Alter is highly interactive – the audience becomes an active participant. Each performance should be different from the previous, because it is happening here, now, with these people.
Alma Alter has won recognition as a unique place, where theatre is not ‘produced’, but ‘born’, where things ‘happen’ – a categorical alternative to the conventional theatre of production.
Performed by Petya Yosifova and Romina Nikolova.
Directed by Nikolai Giorgiev
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