Song of the Goat Theater Performing at the Harmon for the Arts Annual Gala 2016 Washington D.C - United States of America, Photograph by Kevin Allen. 

courtesy of Song of the Goat

“The song “War” feels primal, guttural… with powerhouse,

wailing vocals from Julianna Bloodgood that seemed

she was summoning the God of War himself.”

- Deborah Klayman, The Reviews Hub, London -

SONGS OF LEAR

Song of the Goat Theater

2011-2018

Character: Fool/Chorus

Devised, premiered and toured internationally.

Songs of Lear is a non-linear dramatic event that shows the world of subtle energies and rhythms that govern Shakespeare’s tragedy. The ensemble members have chosen crucial scenes from King Lear to weave a story out of gestures, words and music. Each song is a starting point for another ‘dramatic poem’. Here the music becomes character, relationships and events. The creative process has been divided into several phases: preparation of the concert, dramatizing the songs (an oratorio), creating movement and visual structures, integrating text, music and movement and finally molding the performance into a mature shape.

 

Songs of Lear had its international premiere during Fringe Festival in Edinburgh in August 2012, where it received three prestigious awards: Scotsman Fringe First, Herald Archangel and Musical Theatre Matters Special Award. Songs of Lear was recognized by The List as the “highest ranked performance” during the 2012 festival.

Director: Grzegorz Bral

Music: Jean–Claude Acquaviva, Maciej Rychły​

First Prize Broken Barriers 2018,

Festival Without Borders Cieszyn.

THE HERALD

THE LIST

THE SCOTSMAN

BROADWAYBABY.COM

“The performance is ceremonial, consecrated and sanctified, rich in the essence of the play. My five stars were laid bare on outstretched palms, offered in reverence.”
— Fringe Biscuit —

© Created by Rafał Habel-Bloodgood
 

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