From climate change to human exploitation, performing artists leverage the stage to address global issues

//From climate change to human exploitation, performing artists leverage the stage to address global issues

From climate change to human exploitation, performing artists leverage the stage to address global issues

When hearing the announcement that the Lithuanian Pavilion for this year’s Venice Biennale would be located in a remote part of the old Arsenale naval area, critics predicted that the site would be difficult to locate. They pointed out that the area hadn’t been opened to the public before. Once the pavilion opened, the critics were proven wrong. All you have to do is follow the queues. During the preview week in May, Sun & Sea (Marina) — a unique opera for 13 voices set on a beach and watched…

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By | 2019-08-09T04:09:49+00:00 August 9th, 2019|Entertainment|Comments Off on From climate change to human exploitation, performing artists leverage the stage to address global issues