Working Method by Enkidu Khaled
Can art really save the world? For Belgian-Iraqi theatre-maker and performer Enkidu Khaled, living through the Iraq war, this became an urgent question. His award-winning show is a unique form of creative interaction. He invites his audience to join him in analysing and simplifying the complex process of making theatre through artistic expression and reflection. In a four-step plan, Khaled works with his audience to create a new performance every night, showing how memory, association and tiny fragments of ideas can become a story.
Concept: Enkidu Khaled production Platform 0090. Co-production with STORMOPKOMST, de Brakke Gond in cooperation with deBuren, C-TAKT, Big in Belgium, Richard Jordan Productions, Theatre Royal Plymouth in association with RBC / Upper Church.
-Age Suitability: 12+
This performance is part of the International Workshop Festival Scotland (IWFS 2018). For more on what the festival involves, see: cumbernauldtheatre.co.uk/iwfs2018/