Wounded Animals – an effectionate right hook

By on September 3, 2016

Wounded Animals – an effectionate right hook to the soul with angela wand. contemporary clown in an unorthodox, multilayered solo performance.

About The Show
In Wounded Animals, Angela Wand exposes her truth of being “bad” at being a human being. Casting aside what is morally correct to make way for the potency of the truth, Angela uses comedy, circus, storytelling, roller skating, fabulousness and personal confessions in this one-woman show. Follow her on a multifaceted rollercoaster, hit and run that is not only entertaining but actually provokes the possiblity of being moved.

“..intensely honest” The Fest, Edinburgh Fringe
“a lot of sass and soul” The Skinny, UK

About Angela Wand
Angela Wand is an American contemporary clown and physical performer. This autumn she will perform both her solo show Wounded Animals as well as Woland (satan) in Satans Delirium, the second part of the public smash hit, Satans Demokrati. Angela Wand has resided in Sweden for almost 20 years and has worked with companies such as Circus Cirkör, Burnt Out Punks, Ruby Rose Productions, Uppsala Stadsteater, Stockholms Stadsteater, Clowns Without Borders and SVT among others. Wounded Animals is Angela’s first solo show and is co-created and directed by Stephen Rappaport.

About Stephen Rappaport
The director, actor and artist Stephen Rappaport is known for his unique way of working with creator’s creation. The cooperation with Angela Wand began when she attended Stephen Rappaports workshop “Intuition in Action”. Stephen and Angela starred together in Satans Demokrati carrying the lead roles (directed by Py Huss-Wallin and Jimmy Meurling). Shows Stephen has directed are Glitch (Johan Wellton), Baby Drama (directed by Susan Osten), Autodidakt i enmansakt (Shima Niavarani), I Can Do This (Circus Performance / University Of Dance and Circus).

Wounded Animals
Written and Created by Angela Wand
Co-created and Directed by Stephen Rappaport
Language: English and Swedish

TICKETS & INFO
When: 1/11, 4/11 & 12/11 kl 19.30
Ticket price (ord.): 290 SEK
Ticket price (Youth / Senior) 200 SEK
Age limit is 15 years because of strong emotional content

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