The city as a stage

Copenhagen hosts the excellent Mellemrum micro-festival dedicated to reviving known, hidden and forgotten aspects of the city. One of the highlights was a brilliant conceptual performance by dancer and choreographer Erik Pold. Inside, audience were seated in rows facing a street window covered with a red curtain. After a brief introduction underlying music faded in and the curtain was pulled, thereby transforming the square outside into a cinematic stage and the people into cast members in a story loosely directed by Erik, who himself – wearing a microphone – went outside to interact with people passing by. Via

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