In the organizer's words:
NOTES THAT ARE ON MY MIND:
ON THE CONTEMPORARY ART OF SURVIVAL
"Once upon a time there was a boy who wanted to sing in the street. In fact, he didn't want to do anything but sing."
As freedom of speech continues to be prevented in many parts of the world, a solo performance on stage today is a loud cry for survival, for freedom, for solidarity, and it publicly presents a great desire to be heard.
In her poetic solo theater piece, İpek Seyalıoğlu overthrows the dictated word after years of activism and brings forth a voice once forced into silence.
"Always praise life. This is the way to sing."
Concept, text and performance: İpek Seyalıoğlu.
Artistic collaboration: Furkan Yazıcı.
Lighting design: Henning Streck
Sound engineer: Ron Bracht
With very special thanks to Sebastian Nübling
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