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Friday, April 4th 2014, 2:27am

"Lord of the flies" auf der Bühne


Leider etwas spät entdeckt.
Vom 03.04. - 05.04.2014 wird am Lowry theatre in Salford die Tanzadaption "Lord of the flies"

In diesem Artikel bei der BBC ist auch noch ein Video zu den Proben beigefügt.


Matthew Bourne’s NEW ADVENTURES has created some of the most successful shows of the last 25 years,
including Swan Lake, Nutcracker! and the sell-out hit, Sleeping Beauty.

Now the company unites New Adventures dancers with remarkable young talent from the North West
in an extraordinary adaptation of William Golding’s classic novel, Lord of the Flies choreographed by
Olivier nominated Scott Ambler.

Finding themselves abandoned in a deserted theatre, Golding’s legendary characters are imbued with
raw energy, emotional intensity and breathtaking performances. Civilisation crumbles, the rulebook is
forgotten and the story builds to an electrifying climax.

Chilling, beautiful and hugely entertaining, Lord of The Flies will enthral Bourne fans and inspire a
generation of new audiences.


Matthew Bourne is staging a new national tour of his dance adaptation of Lord of the Flies next year.

Adapted and directed by Bourne and Scott Ambler, Lord of the Flies is based on the classic novel by
William Golding, shifting the action from an abandoned island to an abandoned theatre.

Ambler will choreograph the new production with a cast of New Adventures dancers and young talent
chosen from each region the tour visits.

The creative team also consists of set and costume design by Olivier Award-winner Lez Brotherston,
music by Terry Davies, lighting design by Chris Davey and sound desigaln by Paul Groothuis.

After premiering at the Lowry Theatre, Salford, the show will travel to a number of venues including
Plymouth Theatre Royal, Birmingham Hippodrome, Glasgow Theatre Royal, Liverpool Empire and
Sadler's Wells, ending its run at Bradford Alhambra on 6 December 2014.

Lord of the Flies - which was first staged by Bourne in 2011 - tells the story of a group boys deserted
on an island without any adults. The abandoned boys begin to create their own civilisation with their
own rules, but conflict soon arises and ends in a shocking climax.

Bourne, whose award-winning credits include Swan Lake and Play Without Words, has also revealed
plans to revive his productions of The Car Man and Edward Scissorhands.…year_32030.html

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Wir verlangen, das Leben müsse einen Sinn haben,
aber es hat nur genau so viel Sinn wie wir ihm geben.
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