Camden Fringe

3rd - 30th August 2020

Aslant Theatre Company

Muse

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Muse

"The urge to destroy is also a creative urge" Mikhail Bakunin.

Muse is a new play based on the life of surrealist photographer Dora Maar and her relationship with Pablo Picasso. As the enigmatic muse behind Picasso's 'Weeping Woman', she appears always fragmented, not quite there, forever refracted and distorted through his gaze. Taking place during WWII, the play explores the inherent violence of the relationship between artist and muse. The god takes from the blind worshipper just like the artist takes from the muse.
Muse takes us on a surreal journey through time, colours, tears, blood, and fragments, asking what is the price to pay for a place in the long halls of art history?

Written and directed by Antonia Georgieva

Twitter: @AslantTheatre

Camden People's Theatre

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Thu 22 Aug 2019 7:15pm £12.00 £10.00
Fri 23 Aug 2019 7:15pm £12.00 £10.00
Sat 24 Aug 2019 7:15pm £12.00 £10.00
Sun 25 Aug 2019 5:30pm £12.00 £10.00
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My Theatre Mates

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View From the Outside

Fri 23 August 2019

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Broadway World UK

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The Reviews Hub

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Fringe Review

Mon 26 August 2019

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