Premier / Première : 2006 – Duration / Durée : 45 min – Choreographer & director / Chorégraphe & metteur en scéne : Mehdi Farajpour – Performers / Performeurs : Komal Subhash Gujarathi, Shima Mahdavi, Manali Subhash Gujarathi, Mehran Golmohammadi, Mehdi Farajpour – Stage Manager : Varesh Darvish & Maryam Majidi – Film : Ali Judi, Mehran Golmohammadi – Graphic & photos /Graphique & photos : Maryam Majidi – Sound technicien / Son : Masoud Mardan – Accessories /Accesoires : Hengameh Sazesh – Video / Vidéo : Masud Mardan – Public relations / Relations publiques : Makan Kouchaki – Special thanks to / Merci à : Neda & Nima, Hema Nyranjan Nohony, Rahim Khouchaki.
PARTNERS / PARTENARIATS
2nd International Theatre Festival India, Barreilly / Maharashtra Culture Center (Pune) / 11st International Theatre Festival, Cuttuck, India / 26th International Fadjr Theatre Festival, Tehran, Iran.
In some of indian beliefs, Shiva (the goddess of dance, love and the deconstruction) will come back alive in an era called Kelly, to ruin the world and to reconstruct it for better. Kally ages (dark ages) is the time when people’s heart symbolically turns into a cemetery. No emotion nor any faith will have any meaning by that time. In such time, Shiva will dance. He will dance in the cemetery and while his madly dance, he will be names as SUDDHALAIYADI (a dancer on the ashes of cemeteries). The performance is based on this image.