Director-composer Heiner Goebbels and Stanislavsky Electrotheatre Artistic Director Boris Yukhananov debate the purpose of theatre, and its usefulness in understanding people, objects, music and space.
Reflecting on Goebbels’ productions of Max Black and When the Mountain Changed Its Clothing, they explore the concepts of time and perception in theatre, audience-performer relationship and directorial style.
Captured in Russian with English subtitles.
*Contains strong language.
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