EN FORTÆLLING OM BLINDHED

Location Sort/Hvid, Staldgade 26-30, 1699 København V
31.10.2020 - 21.11.2020
MONDAY-FRIDAY 20H00, SATURDAY 17H00
Language Danish
Duration 75 MIN
Tickets


You can also experience the performance at
Aarhus Teater
29.08.2020 – 26.09.2020. Read more here.
Teater Momentum
02.10.2020 – 24.10.2020. Read more here.

ENSAIO SOBRE A CEGUEIRA by José Saramago, adapted by Christian Lollike and Sigrid Johannesen Starring SIMON MATHEW moreover you hear these voices KIRSTI KÆRN, MORTEN KJÆR, ANDERS BAGGESEN, MATHIAS FLINT, MARIE MARSCHNER, CHRISTIAN HETLAND, NANNA BØTTCHER, KIM VEISGAARD, MAGNUS JUHL ANDERSEN, LASSE STEEN JENSEN, FREDERIK MANSØ, MORTEN SUURBALLE, RIGMOR FROM LOLLIKE, SIMON MATTHEW, ANNE MAJGAARD BASSE Direction CHRISTIAN LOLLIKE Adaptation CHRISTIAN LOLLIKE and SIGRID JOHANNESEN Set Design NATHALIE MELLBYE Sound Design ASGER KUDAHL Light Design BALDER NØRSKOV Photos EMILIA THERESE

Theater Publisher NORDISKA APS – KØBENHAVN

EN FORTÆLLING OM BLINDHED (BLINDNESS)

Your eyes are wide open, but all you see is never ending white fog. An epidemic has broken out and you are contaminated.

EN FORTÆLLING OM BLINDHED is a staged version of the Portuguese writer and Nobel prize winner José Saramago’s book of the same name. A blindness epidemic brakes out in a city. One by one the citizens lose their sight. From one moment to the next, they see nothing but white fog. It happens suddenly, and no one knows why. To stop the spread, the contaminated are quarantined at a closed down psychiatric hospital. In complete isolation.

In Christian Lollike’s staging your eyesight is eliminated. You are left in a bed at the hospital, side by side with the other blind citizens. Struck by the unexplainable blindness, you are left to your other senses. Who is speaking? Is there someone next to you? And how do you know who you can trust?

With this horror performance, we explore how humans react when the catastrophe hits, and the fight to keep our own humanity begins.

A co-production between Sort/Hvid, Teater Momentum, and Aarhus Teater.