Agua, dice Waltz

Nos contó Sasha Waltz que el agua da unidad a su Dido & Aeneas, empezando por la obertura, que habla de nereidas y tritones, hasta la importancia de Cartago como importantísima ciudad portuaria de la época.
Luego llega Henry Purcell y te inunda de emoción. Eso, a ella, se le olvidó mencionarlo.

Para leer mi entrevista a Sasha Waltz en El Cultural, pincha aquí.

Sasha Waltz told us that water is very important throughout her play; from the prologue -where they talk about tritons and nereids- to the importance of Carthage as a  harbour city of the old times. Then Henry Purcell comes and floods us with emotion. That, she forgot to tell us.

To read my interview to Sasha Walz in El Cultural, click here. Only in Spanish.

Images: Dido & Aeneas, by Sasha Waltz © Sebastian Bolesch.  El Cultural, front cover.

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