“MON CABARET NOIR”, the exhibition of a play

February 22, 2021 | Cosmina Marcela OLTEAN ArtPage



CREART Gallery // Photography exhibition. February 15 - March 14, 2021

The CREART Gallery presents, through a photography exhibition, a part of the universe of an exceptional show - MON CABARET NOIR, signed by Răzvan Mazilu, which introduces the audience to the world of Berlin cabaret from the 1920s, where nothing is too bizarre and everything is allowed to experiment. The burlesque show was reproduced through photography by Mihaela Tulea, Florin Bondrilă, Dragoș Toader, capturing the expressiveness of the characters in the most unique poses and attitudes. The exhibition thus presents a series of a black and white photographs that stand out through the graphics, plasticity and power of expression of the theater, easily noticeable.



Photos by CREART

 
MON CABARET NOIR, a TEATRELLI production, is a unique, complex and exciting approach. It starts with the story of Anita Berber - dancer, choreographer, actress and model of great success from the 1920s, the golden age of cabaret. Not very well known to us, she was an avant-garde, rebellious and eccentric personality, with a destiny worthy of a film script. When he started directing Mon Cabaret Noir, choreographer Răzvan Mazilu was inspired by the stories and places he discovered visiting Berlin for documentacion. The famous choreographer Răzvan Mazilu has a silent role in the show, expressed only by dance and expression. Along with him, on the stage were the actresses Ilona Brezoianu, Anca Florescu, Alina Petrică and Ana Bianca Popescu.


 
"MON CABARET NOIR provokes with eroticism and probes the dark parts of our personality. It provokes, first of all, the idea of ​​freedom - I could say that it is a plea for the freedom of being, a being shaken by all the prejudices and all the rules that society imposes. It is very well documented and, last but not least, I like to believe, the themes and ideas in the show touch some strings unknown or forgotten from the sensitivity of the spectators ", said Răzvan Mazilu, autor of the choreography, direction, costumes and concept of this play.









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