exit HAMLET-is a Visual journey in which we meet five young performers who are undergoing constant change. They transformed visually, they test out who they are, will be or can be. Inspired by rituals, nature and fashion – fall five Hamlet's downfall. A tragic game – full of surreal and Visual statements.
exit HAMLET, is a scenic poem, which is based on William Shakespeare's famous tragedy. A very basic question about being human. What gives life and what takes life? What is meaningful and what is not? What choice do we have, we can transform ourselves and the lives we live? And finally, what makes life worth living?
Something is rotten in the Kingdom and Prince Hamlet knows that something is wrong, but he can't do anything about it. "He could not find a way out. Who are you when you stand alone, when one can not trust anyone, neither their closest or themselves? "The question is not as to the Hamlet to be or not to be, but to belong or not to belong," says Marcel Proust. The question of Hamlet is not "to be or not to be" but to belong or not to belong.
The performance challenge in its openness and gives the public the opportunity to create their own understanding. This theatrical experiment is unique to Theatre Manu in the sense that it is a universal language. It will not be used for the word voice actor, does not stand in the Center this time. The Visual, sensual and direct emotional, as both native and deaf have equal access to, standing here in the Center.