look! there's a machine!
and look over there! something is tumbling down!
just look at that!
In TATTARЯATTAT! (*) species and individuals stand on, under, between, next, above, before, behind or opposite each other. A plank meets a beam. a woman smashes into herself. Large watches small. Abstract chats with itself, or argues with concrete. What’s the sound of blue? What does flat do? How much is firm?
(*) Tattarrattat is the longest palindromic word in the oxford English dictionary. James Joyce used it in Ulysses (1922) for a knock on the door: 'I was just beginning to yawn with nerves thinking he was trying to make a fool of me when i knew his tattarrattat at the door.'
Concept: Eva Binon, Tina Heylen, Patrick Vervueren. Play: Eva Binon, Ephraïm Cielen, Tina heylen, Patrick Vervueren Music: Ephraïm Cielen Light Design: Lucas Van Haesbroeck. Technique: Anton Leyzen, Klaartje Vermeulen Workplace: Anton Leyzen, Marjan Verachtert. Production: frieda. Coproduction: Theater FroeFroe