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Taciser Sevinc - Contractions Scenography

Contractions Stage and Lighting Design

“The darkness of the story strikes the audience unexpectedly and powerfully; especially when it is presented in such a bright and positive visuality. The contrast between the hell that Emma is experiencing and the heaven as the corporation’s front image constitutes the core concept of the scenography of Contractions.”

Taciser Sevinc, 2016

Contractions Scenography
Contractions Scenography
Contractions Scenography
Contractions Scenography
Contractions Scenography

“How far would you go to keep your job? An employee finds her sex life is a matter for the HR department in this sleek-looking drama.
Mike Bartlett’s play, which began life as a short radio drama entitled ‘Love Contract’, was first seen at London’s Royal Court in 2008. At the time, it appeared to be a satirical warning about British human resources departments adopting an American model (…) The employees are required to sign legal disclaimers about sexual relationships in the workplace. Now it appears to be a prophetic metaphor for the climate of fear in which large companies increasingly hold their employees to ransom.”

Alfred Hickling, 2016
The Guardian


Writer – Mike Bartlett
Director – Çağ Çalışkur
Stage and Lighting Design – Taciser Sevinc
Costume Design – Can Remzi Ergen
Photographs – Bilge Can Gürer, İlgen Arzık

Craft Theatre
Premier – 15.04.2015
Craft Kadıköy – Istanbul

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