Thur & Fri at 8pm
Cordelia, Mein Kind is a duet for film and live body; a personal exploration of a present-day Cordelia-like character revealed through language, physicality, image and film.
Inspired by Shakespeare's King Lear, the piece combines original interviews (between a contemporary Cordelia and her father, a Yiddish-speaking Holocaust survivor now in his dotage and living in ‘exile’ in the Melbourne suburb of Bentleigh), and other visual imagery, with a language that is gestural, poetic, direct and physical.
The multiplicity of performance languages weave seamlessly together, creating a challenging and unique performance work.
Concept/Co-Creator/Film and Performer: Deborah Leiser-Moore
$15 - $35 sliding scale
$50 reserved seating
$5 off with passcode “magnes”
For tickets and more info: http://www.themarsh.org/Deborah_Leiser-Moore.html
…deeply textured, multilayered and savagely poetical work…. Real Time
Here is theatre – visceral, elemental, brutal – that will heave your heart into your mouth.
Rob Conkie (Shakespeare Project)
.... a multi-stranded narrative that literally pulsates, like an exploded heart, with deep feeling and mystery
Ari Roth (Theater J, Washington DC)