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Physics and Phantasma

performance
#Daredevil
#ImagineThis
#NewArrivals
31.01—01.02.2020

The door opens, somebody checks your ticket, you take your seat and you see an empty stage. Not only then, but also now, while reading this text, you imagine what will happen. And that is precisely the core of Physics and Phantasma: your imagination. It is the origin of all revolutions and all prejudice, and yet the capacity to imagine goes beyond good and evil. It defends us from the inconsistencies of this world and allows us to challenge the laws of physics.

But while many creators praise the empty stage as the central place for imagination, in Physics and Phantasma it becomes compulsive and traumatic. The vacuum must at all costs by filled with something! To this end, Iggy Lond Malmborg takes you on a journey to random and dark corners of your imagination: the place where this solo takes shape.

• Iggy Lond Malmborg is a Swedish-Estonian actor and performance maker. After his classical theatre training in Malmö, he toured across Europe with both his solo and his collaborative work. We are welcoming this young artist to the Kaaitheater programme for the first time.

by and with Iggy Lond Malmborg | dramaturgical team Erik Berg, Johan Jönson, Maike Lond Malmborg | technical solutions Maike Lond Malmborg, Kalle Tikas | production manager Eneli Järs | assistant Kaie Olmre | including one text by Johan Jönson | photos Maike Lond Malmborg, Renee Altrov | graphic design Jaan Evart | thanks to Max Göran, Mart Kangro, Marika Lagercrantz | co-production Kanuti Gildi SAAL (Tallinn), Teaterhuset Avant Garden (Trondheim) | in collaboration with Inkonst (Malmö), MIMstuudio (Tallinn) | supported by Swedish Arts Council, Cultural Endowment of Estonia, Malmö City, Swedish Arts Grants Committee, Valmiermuiza Brewery

DURATION : 75 min.
LANGUAGE : English
BELGIAN PREMIERE

This performance contains explicit language that can be perceived as offensive.

+ post-performance talk on 1/02