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Using everyday conversation and sound as the basis of a musical score, Moran tells the tale of losing oneself as a touring artist.
His method is unique — miming and lipsynching live onstage in a series of movements which has often been practised up to three thousand times before showing them to an audience. The effect is unsettling, intermittently hilarious and otherworldly.
This radical performance follows the composer on a journey through floods in Bangkok and drug-infused procrastination in Amsterdam, introducing a range of venerable and humorous characters along the way. Moran embodies a waltzing Italian man, a ten year-old boy, and an English gentleman. He even offers a self-portrait of his own struggle to create the work.
Intimate, unsettling, comic and extraordinary don't miss this opportunity to see this elegant music-theatre performance.
SPECIAL OFFER: Book for Etudes: Amsterdam and John Moran in Thailand 31 Aug |
7:30pm, another chapter in a series of elegant music-theatre performances by John Moran, and get both performances for £15.