‘ The most fragile dreams are sometimes so crystal clear that you can’t believe they are not true ‘
Blue roses is an inter-disciplinary solo inspired by Laura the main character of Tennessee Williams’ “the Glass menagerie”. It is a piece where text, movement and design embrace to evoke the character.
Concept & Direction | Myrto Gkouzelou
Performer | Myrto Gkouzelou
Music | Harm Visser
With thanks to Harm Visser for kindly agreeing to the use of his music ‘Broken Glasses’
Blue Roses was premiered in London in 2008 for the Interart performances of LCDS. It has been specially commissioned by the V&A museum for Friday Late Collaborate.
Theatre designers took centre stage for one night only! Visitors collaborated with Friday Late and were immersed in a night of site specific installations, performances and soundscapes by performance and theatre designers in celebration of the V&A Theatre Collections display Collaborators: UK Design for Performance.