Photo: Kertu Rannula
Kanuti Gildi SAAL, Püha Vaimu saal
An evening with noise music, nostalgic irony and cake.
Nele Tiidelepp’s play “When we reached the end of the sentence, we forgot where it started” is performed again.
A fluid collective consisting mainly of performers, artists, musicians and art workers with a background in EKA, Riin Maide, Gregor Kulla, Henri Särekanno, Ekke Janisk, Andreas Kübar, Ats Kruusing, Oliver Issak, Raul Markus Vaiksoo and Leon Allik, are Tiidelepp’s companions on this journey to the end of the sentence, where the predominant activity is the attempt to forget the past and the predominant mood is anxiety, chaos, alienation and sincerity due to its impossibility.
Director: Nele Tiidelepp
Performers: Nele Tiidelepp, Riin Maide, Henri Särekanno, Gregor Kulla, Ats Kruusing, Andreas Kübar, Ekke Janisk
Artist: Riin Maide
Dramaturgical support: Oliver Issak
Illuminator: Leon Allik
Choreography: Raul Markus Vaiksoo
Project manager: Kaie Küünal
Co-production: Kanuti Gildi SAAL, Nele Tiidelepp
Support: the Cultural Endowment of Estonia
The performances will take place on March 29, 30 and April 1 at 7:30 p.m. in the Nele Tiidelepp’s play “When we reached the end of the sentence, we forgot where it started”.
The number of places is limited – grab your ticket now!
The first thought I had when I walked into the hall was that I felt like I was walking into someone else’s class night. It’s a certain pseudo-nostalgic feeling associated with the experience of a class night. An experience that has been somewhere before and you long for it. – Karin Allik, Kultuur ERR
Some scenes also seemed almost like a quote from something earlier and more distant, as if the performers, despite the prism of irony, were nostalgic for some distant, indirectly experienced times, when neon was in fashion and Janika Sillamaa sang about hope in a bright voice – Brigitta Davidjants, Sirp