Darupa monks would like to achieve vigilance the symbolic value of the crane bird. Their attire’s vigilance increasing accessories are crane wings and crane legs, which are believed to be the tools of deliverance from the prison of unconsciousness as these require special attention from their wearer. Darupa’s saint dance row is Crane Dance that evokes the stations of the development of human soul and of the path leading to vigilance.
On this special evening three Darupa monks visit Bethlen Square Theatre to show their sacred dances.
Darupa monks: Hrotkó Heléna, Kiss Anna, Bérczi Zsófia
Crane wings and legs - idea, implementation: Terebessy Tóbiás
Music and adaptations: Gerzson János (contributor: Gábos Barna, Gyulai Csaba)
Original sacred dances: G. I. Gurdjieff
Dances taught by: Amiyo Devienne és Rémy Fourré
Dramaturgical consultant: Vécsei Anna
Workmate: Tankó Barnabás
Light technician: Galkó Janka
Visuals, costumes, choreography and dance adaptation, direction: Bérczi Zsófia
Sponsors: Sín Stúdió, Ethnosound
venue: Bethlen Téri Színház - 1071 Budapest, Bethlen Gábor tér 3.
date: 2016. május 25., Wednesday, 19.00