(Description from the NY Clown Theatre Festival Brochure)
If at first you don’t succeed, try again … and again … and again. Perhaps, Perhaps … Quizás is a clown piece playing with the idea of loneliness, and waiting and hoping for the right man. In an era where nothing seems to impress anyone anymore and longing for “real love” seems to be the burden of our time, Greta, our protagonist, is a lonely woman who rehearses once a week for the arrival of the so-called “one.” Will she get lucky tonight? Perhaps, Perhaps … Quizás…
The wedding ceremony involved all audience members.
The newlyweds kiss at the end of the ceremony.
Carried across the ‘threshold’ with quite a strange look.
(Description from NY Clown Theatre Festival Brochure)
This absurdly fascinating comedy comes straight from Finland, known for its wintery darkness and summery light, where people neither talk, kiss, nor laugh out loud. The bold and hot-blooded Mona Ray conjures up therapeutic as well as hysterical and infectious laughter. Don’t run, RUSH! features four different pictures of reality in its most absurd forms. A one-woman show where the viewer is never safe. The feeling of danger brings that extra spice to this comedy act where the recipient gives and all is taken.
In this presentation, believe it or not, the audience really wants to participate! Come along and experience Mona’s incredible characters!
Mona Ray takes the stage with much charm and silliness.
Mona Ray tries to get her electronic device to work.
Mona Ray needs to find a husband in the audience.
A gentleman is volunteered for the position of ‘husband’.
Mona and other audience members get their ‘wedding’ picture taken.
Mona Ray changes her identity to a business man giving out diplomas.
Mona Ray awards audience member Mandi a diploma.
Volunteers from the audience participate in an ‘art project’ performance.
The ‘art project’ involved blowing up paper bags and popping them.
Mona Ray changed her identity into a chef with toilet cleaning brush.
Mona Ray removing her tie forcefully.
Swinging her clothes in the air and dancing was the culmination of a wild show.