HIPPOLYTUS OR HIPPOLYTUS GAZE

  • HIPÒLIT O LA MIRADA D’HIPÒLIT
    HIPÒLIT O LA MIRADA D’HIPÒLIT
  • HIPÒLIT O LA MIRADA D’HIPÒLIT
    HIPÒLIT O LA MIRADA D’HIPÒLIT
  • HIPÒLIT O LA MIRADA D’HIPÒLIT
    HIPÒLIT O LA MIRADA D’HIPÒLIT
  • HIPÒLIT O LA MIRADA D’HIPÒLIT
    HIPÒLIT O LA MIRADA D’HIPÒLIT
  • HIPÒLIT O LA MIRADA D’HIPÒLIT
    HIPÒLIT O LA MIRADA D’HIPÒLIT

The action starts with the death of Hippolytus, remembered by his stepmother Phaedra. While the bright afternoon goes down, Phaedra is all alone, and obsession, repentance, guilt and innocence arise from her soul searching still the gaze of her stepson, Hippolytus. Like her beloved sweetheart’s eyes, the memories also run away towards obscurity, while melting with shame and desire coming in unison inside Phaedra’s body. Her last words, full of a desolate passion and despair, are directed to the loving memory of her impossible love for Hippolytus.

Spectacle with texts by Iannis Ritsos, P.Olov Enquist and Antonio Morcillo. Premiere December 30, 2011 at the Teatre Casal de Vallromanes (Barcelona). Prize for best performance at the International Festival Cenit 2012 (Sevilla).

A perpetuummobile production, supported by the Generalitat de Catalunya and with the collaboration of  Tanzfabrik of Berlin and the  Fàbrica per a la creació Fabra i Coats of Barcelona.

Informació de l’espectacle: Dossier Hipòlit (català)

Clip i fotos de l’espectacle: Vimeo  l  Flickr

Review of Carlos Gil Zamora in Gara newspaper, 23.02.2015

critica.2015

• 20/02/2014

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