“Mojo” celebrates premiere at London’s Barbican
published in: Drama, General
|MOJO, Photo: Phil Conrad|
Today, December 16, the Ensemble Theatre-Rites celebrates the premiere of Mojo
at London’s Barbican. As part of the 2012 Salzburg Festival, the play for children (and adults) directed by Sue Buckmaster will also be performed in Salzburg.
On three performance days, August 9, 11 and 12, 2012, the Ensemble will present theatre “to fall in love with” at the Perner-Insel in Hallein. And this love is twofold – on the one hand, you can fall for theatre for the first time: the play is addressed to every curious person aged 5 and up, and recommended explicitly for “theatrical beginners”. But it’s also about falling in love again. Come experience the captivating mixture of live music created by the world jazz percussionist Adriano Adewale and the singer, trumpet player and guitarist Leo Altarelli, as well as the extraordinary abilities of the dancers in a breathtaking choreography by Arthur Pita, and you will fall in love all over again with the world of theatre. Catch the fever and discover your own “mojo” – we hope the ensemble “breaks a leg”!