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Dare we face the inevitable? That sooner or later we have to leave this place, like all our loved ones? With Carcass, HIMHERANDIT Productions deals with the end of life in a gripping, brutal, and fragile performance, which also has space for quirky humour. In front of a massive mirror, six performers and their bodies find a life-affirming answer to what cannot be put into words.

Carcass is not about what might await us after death. Or about faith or religion. In our Western culture, we tend to hold death at arm’s length. Carcass wants to shed light on how we accept that some day it must end. On how we let go of our fears and remember to live life while we are here. Despite this gloomy and deeply moving subject, HIMHERANDIT Productions manages to create an experience full of life.

HIMHERANDIT'S artistry fluctuates between genres of performance art, physical theatre, immersive theatre, dance, and large-scale video installations. The company develops projects that push, provoke, and engage audiences into the discourse around social subjects that are often difficult to approach. Over the course of the last ten years, the company has supported the development of queer art in Denmark with professional productions, community engagement projects, The GENDER HOUSE Queer Art Festivals and, most recently, the opening of Q&A Studios - Queer Art Studios Aarhus, which is both home to the company and a residency centre that supports local, national and international queer art makers.

Choreography & artistic direction: Andreas Constantinou
Performers: Aris Papadopoulos, Theo Marion-Wuillemin, Elise Ludinard, Paola Drera, Heli Pippingsköld, William Cardoso
Set design: Jeppe Cohrt, Andreas Constantinou
Video design: Christoffer Brekne
Technical manager: Jeppe Cohrt
Sound design: Andreas Constantinou
Dramaturg: Siri Knutsen
Light design: Christoffer Brekne
Produced by: Art & About, Sigrid Aakvik and Signe Sandvej
Co-Producers: Bora Bora - dans og visuelt teater
Funded and supported by: Statens Kunstfond, Aarhus Kommune, Wilhelm Hansen Fonden

Duration: 75’

Organised by: Deputy Ministry of Culture (Department of Contemporary Culture) and Rialto Theatre.

Tickets: €8 (€30 for all performances)
Free entrance to students, soldiers, pensioners and dance professionals.

Free transportation from Nicosia to Limassol: Departure from Cyprus
Handicraft Centre (Athalassa Avenue) Departure time: 19:00
Information: 99 618225

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