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Phil Hayes, Maria Jerez & Thomas Kasebacher

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From 6 to 7 April 2018

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01 40 03 75 75 Monday to Saturday from 10.30am to 7.30pm

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Full Price 15€
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Venue

Access Porte de Pantin :
Metro : Line 5
Bus : Line 75,151
Tram : Line T3b
Parking Nord "Cité des Sciences" - PML please call 01 40 03 75 75

Date

April 6th and 7th
Every day at 7pm

Duration: 1h30

Created new each evening, Legends & Rumours brings together three very different performing artists; Phil Hayes, Maria Jerez and Thomas Kasebacher in an investigative collaborative process, on the hunt for some new legends. Everyday incidents are attributed to historical dimensions, and finally, there is only one way out: the performance has to become a legend itself. → A 100 % Festival event

THE PLAY

Using an elaborate game as a starting point, performers Phil Hayes from Zurich, Maria Jerez from Madrid and Thomas Kasebacher from Vienna set out to ask themselves what turns a moment into a legend and whether it is possible to create a past out of the present.

How do moments become stories and how do stories become legends? How do banal moments become great moments of history? How do stories consolidate into legends? How much destructiveness and destruction is necessary? If we treat the present as the past can we talk about it differently, see things in a different light and what happens when the events of the outside world start to collide with our own versions of the truth?