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Performer at Muta Imago for the production year 2015
Muta Imago is looking for a male performer (aged between 20 and 40) for the realization of the opera Hyperion by Bruno Maderna. The opera will have its premiere at the end of September 2015 in Rimini (Italy) at the Sagra Musicale Malatestiana and then will tour in 2015/2016.
The period of work will be of eight weeks, divided into four periods of rehearsals.
The first set of rehearsals will be held in the second half of February.
To take part in the pre-selection, please send us:
- one close up photo and one full growth
- a close up video of performing or reading the text that you can find on the home page of the company's website http://www.mutaimago.com. The text can be read/performed in both English and the German version.
- a video of minimum 3 minutes recording an uncontrolled explosion of joy that should involve the whole body.
The professional quality of videos is not required. It can be recorded in any setting and by any device (smartphone, tablet, camera, etc.).
The application deadline: 6 November 2014.
The audition will take place between the 12nd and the 16th of November at Vooruit Kunstencentrum in Gent, Belgium.
For more information:
+32 470 33 78 50
Muta Imago is a theatre company and an artistic research project.
Born in 2006, now it lives between Rome and Brussels.
Muta Imago is managed by Claudia Sorace and Riccardo Fazi, but its different projects engage many people from various places and backgrounds.
Muta Imago is constantly looking for shapes and stories that develop a relation between the sphere of imagination and the scope of the present reality: human, social and political. It creates shows, performances, and installations, where space reflects the connection and conflict between a human being and the time.
The last works produced are the show Pictures from Gihan that premiered on November 2013 at Romaeuropa Festival, the projects Una settimana nella vita (2012) and Art you lost? (2013).