27 o'clock takes the performers and audience through a world of dream and nightmare while awake. Music and movements are brought to eye level in space. Somewhere between dance evening and concert, a state of dreaming emerges, surreal, absurd contexts emerge, the representation of a night in which time agonizingly stalls and dissolves.
Reality, the unconscious, the abstract and yet the very concrete are mixed. Do terms like reality or dream help at all to describe these in-between states or can they be made clearer in the performance on stage?
Music (live)Philipe Burrell
Lighting designRemo Merz
Sound designFelix Lisske
Prizes and awardsaudience prize festival 638 Kilo Tanz Essen 2012