A healing lament in the wake of a natural disaster.
Duration 1 uur 15 minuten geen pauze
Language language no problem
World premiere 21 februari 2020 Melbourne
A man is the sole survivor of a destructive tsunami. He carries an egg that he’s trying to find a way to hatch. With his new piece The Planet – A Lament, the Indonesian director Garin Nugroho (previously at the festival with Setan Jawa, 2017) tells an affecting story about creation, based on a Papuan myth, against the background of a natural disaster. For this project, which features a 15-voice choir, dancers and film, Nugroho has teamed up with a cast from Indonesian Papua and Nusa Tenggara Timur, and an artistic team from across the Indonesian archipelago and Australia. The Planet – A Lament is a healing ritual that mourns a lost world while also offering hope for those left behind.
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music, direction Garin Nugroho
music, solo vocals Septina Rosalina Layan
dramaturgy Michael Kantor
set, costume Anna Tregloan
light Iskandar K. Loedin
-|-choir Mazmur Chorale, Kupang, East Nusa Tenggara
dance, creation Serraimere Boogie, Rianto, Heinbertho J. B. D. Koirewoa (Douglas), Pricillia EM Rumbiak (Elis), Paul Amandus Dwaa (Becham)
choreography dance Joy Alpuerto Ritter
assistant director Otniel Tasman
music Taufik Adam, Nursalim Yadi Anugerah