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Parada Narrnia - A fairy tale parade
Parada Narrnia | Photo by Martin Scheer Parada Narrnia | Photo by Andreas Kermann Parada Narrnia, EXPO 2010, Shanghai, China | Photo: Andreas Kermann Parada Narrnia, EXPO 2010, Shanghai, China | Photo: Andreas Kermann

MUMBAI14 Apr 2012 Click to view details

Venue Greenfield, Indo-German Urban Mela, Cross Maidan Garden
Entry First Come First Serve. (First Performance from 6:30 - 7:00 pm; Second Performance from 7:30 pm - 8:00 pm)

MUMBAI15 Apr 2012 Click to view details

Venue Greenfield, Indo-German Urban Mela, Cross Maidan Garden
Entry First Come First Serve. (First Performance from 6:30 - 7:00 pm; Second Performance from 7:30 pm - 8:00 pm)

Parada Narrnia - A Production by GROTEST MARU

We go to the end of the world to come back again.

 


 

The big white bird, the magic gardener, the sad prince, the unicorn princess and the rest of the forgotten queen´s court are travelers from a fairy world. They wake up to share with us tales and pictures from their universe, which seems to be lost...

Visually impressive stilt figures and quick-moving ground characters interact with the audience and invite people into their play. GROTEST MARU develops new characters and improvisations corresponding to the location and environment that surrounds them.

Parada Narrnia can be performed, in the day or in the night and will seduce the audience to enter the world of fairy tales at any festival or street parade, in parks and lakesides, for any kind of special event.

 

About GROTEST MARU

GROTEST MARU creates theatre in public spaces and is inspired by visual, physical, and object theatre, as well as installation and landart. It specializes in developing site-specific projects for different situations, architectural spaces or landscapes. Through workshop programs local artists and community groups can be integrated into bigger productions.

GROTEST MARU explores forms of communication that cross cultural borders. As a network of international artists with diverse cultural and artistic backgrounds, the company creates a universal image-based theatrical language, mostly without words, that can be understood worldwide.

http://grotest-maru.de/