A one-man tale of fear, intrigue, darkness and eventually murder at University Theatre
An extraordinary and beautiful piece of physical theatre comes to the University Theatre at Newton Park, Bath on Friday, October 19 at 8pm.
In Hope a lone man is involved in a very peculiar love-triangle that takes him on a journey of fear, intrigue, darkness and eventually murder.
This new performance by Petar Miloshevski is a compilation of text by Arseny Tarkovsky, Buchner, Dukovski, Shakespeare, Chekhov and Strindberg, which creates an intense theatrical experience.
The tale unfolds through the physical language of the actor’s body and gestures.
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Hands are the starting point – hands that stroke, hold and give love, hands that grasp a knife, hands that deny the stains of blood on them, holding a drink and a cigarette and eventually covering the face of their owner.
Hope is a beautiful piece of physical theatre that blends intelligent text and an eclectic range of performance styles inspired by David Lynch, Ingmar Bergman, Michael Chekhov and Jerzy Grotowsky.
This provocative and insightful production promises to reach into the depths of the human soul.
Petar Miloshevski was born in Macedonia and has been on stage since the age of eight, working with some of the most prominent directors in Macedonia and Bulgaria.
Awarded an MA in Performance from London’s Central School of Speech & Drama, his work since he has moved to London has focused on pioneering solo projects, which have been performed at Proud Camden Gallery, Camden People’s Theatre, The Shaw Theatre and the Old Vic Tunnels.
Hope was created by Petar in 2011 and has so far been performed in venues across London, receiving excellent reviews from both press and audiences. In May 2012 Petar received the Complete Acting Achievement Award for his performance at the International Monodrama Festival and has recently received invitations to perform Hope at Festivals in Belarus and Russia.
Tickets: £10/£8/£5 on 01225 463362 or visit www.universitytheatre.org.