- 65 Minutes
- Age: 13+
- Turkish (Surtitles)
Empty beach in North Africa. A nervous captain is waiting for his passengers impatiently. All of the passengers are refugees, and all trying whatever it takes to get on the last boat departing to Babylon, the promised land. Some get on board, some fall behind. The boat sinks to the bottom. Who will survive, who will not? God and Satan try to intervene. But they don't really know how to do it, because “sometimes bad can turn into good and good into bad”. A group of refugees are trying to board the ship to Babylon. Satan and God have no control. The things are going unpredictably. Neville Tranter, the great master of puppet art, in this latest work tells the story of the confrontation of one's own destiny, as well as the drama of people who face the destiny of others in a ruthless but poetic way. You will not forget his performance a while, which is created by a combination of sophisticated music, light, and sound with minimal decor, using the theater's oldest narration possibilities besides modern technology.
|Date - Time||Venue|
|20 March - 20:00||İzmir Sanat|
|21 March - 20:00||İzmir Sanat|