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LITTLE MIRACLES OF LIFE

LITTLE MIRACLES OF LIFE, A DEW-FRESH, INNOVATIVE PERFORMANCE BY PAOLO NANI TEATER 


Paolo Nani experiments this time with a quite original stage language, fusing theatre and visual art.

In the show, the audience meets a lonesome character; a drawing-artist who seems to have shut himself forever inside small world that is made up of his studio. However, he cannot completely abstract from the surrounding reality. Noise from outside and from the house next door disturb his concentration and affect the design of his drawings. 

 

In the process, an interaction arises between the external reality and the universe of the drawings, through which a moving life story unfolds.

FROM 12 YEARS

DURATION: 70 min
 
AVAILABLE LANGUAGE: 
Nonverbal

‘Little Miracles of Life’ is like a beautiful sea. A sensitive and infinite ocean that holds the full spectrum of fluctuations. Which reaches infinitely. Which seems original in the sense honest and readable. (...) The performance draws a life course. It reveals the life of an introverted man in a gifted dramaturgical and wonderfully poetic way."

TEATERAVISEN

“A poetic and in many ways surprising performance… Paolo Nani is a true genious performer who, by virtue of his body language and facial expression, captivates his audience from the first moment. At the same time, he is a formidable drawing artist. (...) It is quite breathtaking to watch"

NORDJYSKE STIFTSTIDENDE

CREDITS

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PERFORMERS:

Paolo Nani

 

MANUSCRIPT:

Paolo Nani & Frede Guldbrandsen

 

DIRECTOR:

Frede Guldbrandsen

 

SET DESIGN:

Julie Forchhammer

 

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR:

Clara Luna M. Nani

 

DRAMATURG:

Gitta Malling

PHOTOS: 

Lars Holm 

 
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PAOLO NANI TEATER

Paolo Nani Teater is a small, worldwide acknowledged theatre company that has its base in the city of Vordingborg, Denmark. The company has a number of successful productions on its repertoire, including their classic "The Letter", "The Art of Dying" and "Jekyll on Ice".

The wordless, strongly visual, and humorous stage language is characteristic in the company’s performances and has given them great international popularity. The performances have been presented at stages and festivals in around 50 countries in Europe, Asia, Latin America and the Nordic countries.


 

For more info see www.paolonani.com