IN THE EARS OF THE BEHOLDER
The work investigate the relationship between moving image and sound design in a performative context. The performance included a short film being projected on two screens, a sound design and composed music with a physical theatre performance. The narrative of the work evolves around the relationship between humans and technology.
Created and Performed by Dor Frenkel
Original Music by Amit Segall
Photo credit: Trinity Laban and JK Photography
HOW TO GET RID OF IT
Based on Eugène Ionesco's play: "Amadee or how to get rid of it?". The performance tell the story of two sisters that never left their Paris flat due to a dead body growing in their bedroom. Their routine changes when a mailman accidentally knock on their door. This is a physical theatre performance that discuss the habitual nature of delay and the lack of the ability to cope with life events. The performance runs at Tazvta Theatre in Tel Aviv since 2016.
Director, choreographer and adaptation: Dor Frenkel
Director assistant: Karen Teboulle
Original music and light design: Amit Segall
Costume design: Yael Shterenberg
Actors: Shir Kaufman/Adi Kugler, Matan Goren, Dor Frenkel
Photo and video credit: Daniel Rozenbaum
THE ART OF ASKING YOUR BOSS FOR A RAISE
The work describe the life of a clerk from the perspective of his different yet persistence thoughts. The work was an adaptation to George Perec's play with the same name. The audience were seated in a clerk's desk and the actresses played in the space the desks created, influencing the audience.The performance discuss the difficulties and struggle the clerk faces by being part of capitalist culture.
Director and adapter: Dor Frenkel
Director assistance: Naama Angel
Original music: Nimrod Goldfarb
Set design: Stav Eliya
Costume design: Gili Debbie
Photo credit: Lior Rotstein
A monodrama plus brain. The performance investigate Einstein's support to modern culture and suggests a time to daydream. The performance was made in a long process based on Einstein's daydreaming technique and was inspired by Phillip Glass and Robert Wilson's opera Einstein on the beach. The work examines the triple relationship between Einstein as we know, Einstein as we imagine and the "normal" adults.
Created and Performed by: Dor Frenkel
Original music: Amit Segall