Friday, December 16, 2011


Playing "H2O", Helios Theater, Hamm, December 2011
From the Helios Theater site:
Water - we seem to know everything about this element. But when we take a closer look at it, it’s full of surprises and it’s still a mystery to scientists up to the present day.

Water is enormous power, sputtering life and sparkling joy.

May it be as a melting ice–block, a shimmering fountain or as ascending damp, as a refreshing drink or a sweeping wave, as an element of sound or reflector of light, in this performance it always takes on new forms. It inspires performers and audience alike and generates a poetry that gives us an idea of the Wonder of Life.

It starts with one single drop…

Linked to Weekend Reflections


Karen said...

Terrific reflections and an interesting scene.

Oakland Daily Photo said...

Glad you posted to Weekend Reflections. A very interesting shot and different from most of our water reflections. Thanks for visiting and leaving a comment.

Randy said...

This looks really interesting.

Dimple said...

Looks like a fun way to do science, to me!