Nature Theater of Oklahoma

Life and Times - Episodes 4.5&5

From a telephone conversation with Kristin Worrall


ca. 100 min

“Life and Times–Episodes 4.5&5” tells of the end of high school and the search for the first love. In the short Episode 4.5, Worrall’s memories are captured in an animated film. With the style of a medieval illuminated manuscript, we enter into a new (graphic) territory in Episode 5. The saga takes on unexpected turns with the protagonist’s first sexual experiences, out of which Copper and Liska made a 140-page book, written and painted by hand, which invites the audience to a joint reading experience with the company, accompanied on organ by company musician Daniel Gower.

Production: Nature Theater of Oklahoma. Coproduction: Berliner Festspiele / Foreign Affairs, HAU Hebbel am Ufer (Berlin), Norfolk and Norwich Festival and French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF) as part of Crossing the Line Festival 2013.


Concept/ Direction:: Pavol Liska, Kelly Copper / Music:: Daniel Gower (episodes 4.5 & 5), Robert M. Johanson (episode 4.5) / Set & Costumes:: Peter Nigrini / Production Manager (NTOK):: Dany Naierman / Audio Engineer:: Daniel Gower / Project Manager:: Nora Hertlein


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    Sat 6.7.2013, 20:00 / HAU1


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