A THEATRE PROJECT FOR QUONGAFEST 2014
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR: Maria Lexa of Sun & Moon Ensemble
DIRECTING ASSISTANT/PRACTICAL COORDINATOR: Frederik Led
AN ARRANGEMENT BY: Quonga Teaternetværk
Based on classical as well as modern texts, Medea, Medea, will combine theatre, dance, masks, large puppets and live music to create a new vision of the Greek myth of Medea.
Rehearsal period: October 3-November 12
Performance and tour: November 13-November 23
The project will take place in Århus, Denmark
The performance, Medea, Medea, will premiere at the theatre festival, QuongaFest 2014, at Godsbanen, followed by a week- long tour in Denmark.
The group will work intensively during the rehearsal process.
Consideration is taken for participants who have studies or jobs on the side.
Rehearsal scheduling will take place once the entire cast is selected.
Participation in the project is free of charge.
This project has received economic support from Århus Kommunes Kulturudviklingspulje and from DATS (Landsforening for Dramatisk Virksomhed).
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE ?
Persons with performing experience, who are interested in theatre group work and able to follow the project’s program.
If you have questions, or would like to arrange an interview or audition, contact:
FOR MORE INFORMATION, SEE:
Sun & Moon Ensemble is an international performing arts organization
founded in 2001 and based in San Francisco. The Ensemble's productions
involve theatre, dance, movement, masked characters, giant puppets,
and live music, played for an audience of all ages and backgrounds.
The Ensemble has performed at Union Square, Julia Morgan Theatre,
Dance Mission Theatre, and First Night Monterey; and also appears
regularly at Yerba Buena Gardens.
Sun & Moon Ensemble is available to present indoor and outdoor
performances and processions at theatres, festivals, schools, street
fairs, and other events. We also teach workshops in theatre arts
for professionals, amateurs, and youth. For
our repertoire of shows, click here.
For information on hiring or working with the Ensemble, please
contact the Artistic Director, Maria Lexa, at 415 282 4331 or at