Sun 1 March 2020 | 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Suzanne Dellal - Neve Tsedek, Tel Aviv,
Special event of the M.ART Festival
Running time: 90min
Playwright, director and art director: Rezo Gabriadze
Animators: Niko Gelovani, Tamar Amirajibi, Giorgi Giorgobiani, Irakli Sharashidze, Anna Nizharadze, Tamar Kobakhidze
The Autumn of My Springtime was produced in cooperation with the Théâtre Vidy-Lausanne
The Autumn of My Spring is a story about Boria Gadai, a small bird with a big heart that takes place in Kutaisi after World War II. Rezo Gabriadze describes it as a song about his grandmother and memories of the deserted and impoverished city. “There was a desire to live and to love – the difference, in my opinion, between the difficult times then and the difficult times today”. An enchanting mixture of masterful puppetry, Georgian dance and folk songs takes viewers on a journey through dreams, despair, anger and joy.
“Gabriadze himself is a Georgian national treasure”. The New York Times
“In the old part of Tbilisi is located a very small marionette theatre. There, you will meet marionettes which like angels descend from heaven and which like demons emerge from the bowels of the earth, to tell several dozen viewers their amazing stories”. 24 heures
M.ART festival is a multi-genre festival in Tel Aviv that showcases the diverse and exciting landscape of contemporary Russian culture. The festival’s founder, M.ART project, which promotes the contemporary Russian culture in London, New York and Tel Aviv, has brought together in one program all the most important things in the Russian-speaking culture today.
Theatre, opera, ballet, contemporary dance, music, film screenings, parties, and lectures — in the spring of 2020 Tel Aviv will be at the heart of contemporary Russian culture. More information: www.mart.foundation