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(L:R) Elvio Brianese, Jane Baker, Peta Heffernan & Constantine Koukias. Photo: Lucia Rossi.

ECHO PART 1 – A NEUROLOGICAL SOUNDSCAPE

IHOS Music Theatre & Opera, HyPe and Salamanca Arts Centre present

ECHO PART 1 – A NEUROLOGICAL SOUNDSCAPE

APR 17 – 21, 2013 | PERFORMANCES: 1.15PM, 6PM, 6.45PM, 7.30PM & 8.15PM DAILY

A SITE-SPECIFIC EVENT | 45 MURRAY STREET, HOBART

ARTISTIC DIRECTOR CONSTANTINE KOUKIAS, SOUNDSCAPE BY JANE BAKER, PRODUCTION DESIGNERS ELVIO BRIANESE & PETA HEFFERNAN, LIVE SOUND ENGINEER GREG GURR LIGHTING DESIGN JASON JAMES

After 22 years of productions, Echo will be the last work for IHOS, before Artistic Director Constantine Koukias relocates (temporarily) to Amsterdam to pursue the creation of a new company.

Echo is a new work from the Tasmanian creative team behind The Barbarians (MONA FOMA 2011), IHOS Music Theatre & Opera Artistic Director Constantine Koukias has worked closely with collaborators Jane Baker (Scenarist and Sound Artist) and architects Elvio Brianese and Peta Heffernan (Directors of Liminal Spaces) to explore the inner world of the neurologically disjointed and emotionally isolating experience of living with dementia; creating a 20 minute experience for only 24 persons at a time.

Like many IHOS productions, this will be a unique experience that will premiere in Hobart. Liminal Spaces’ design approach to performance stems from philosophies where the essence of an idea is captured and presented through minimal forms and the manipulation of space; where the interaction between the performer and space define one another. Don’t miss the opportunity to experience this unique work. Strictly limited tickets available!

APR 17 – 21, 2013 | PERFORMANCES: 1.15PM, 6PM, 6.45PM, 7.30PM & 8.15PM DAILY

TICKETS ONLY $16.50

BUY TICKETS, MORE INFO: HERE

HyPe is an initiative of Salamanca Arts Centre (SAC), supporting the creation of innovative, contemporary hybrid theatre in Tasmania. HyPe is funded by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body, and by Hobart City Council and Arts Tasmania.
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