Scenography for DOT Theatre
Midwinter by Zinnie Harris
(The Solstice Trilogy #2)
“A pedlar announces that the war is over; and as the soldiers return in the fragile peace that follows, the starving people are left to build new lives, to forge new identities. Written in a spare and lyrical language, Midwinter is a play about now, about love, self and a world made from conflict.” Goodreads
“Midwinter tells the story of how people’s lives are turned upside down by a war that has lasted for years and can start again at any moment. Zinnie Harris’ powerful text full of references, combined with Murat Daltaban’s directing skills, creates a terrifying reality that engulfs the audience.
The atmosphere in the play is gloomy and dark, but in the end there is as much hope as the winter sun. The game ends with the wish of peace as rumors spread that a new war will begin.” Kultur Servisi
In theatre design, 3D models are important for depicting the idea of the designer, makes it faster and easier to play with form and colours…
No matter how many times we reorganise them; we are trapped in shapes, frames, boxes; until we get into the final one.
The darkness of the story of Contractions strikes the audience unexpectedly and powerfully in the scenography of Taciser Sevinc.
The stage and costume design of Tacıser Sevinc for War and Woman. The play directed by Orhan Alkaya had its second premier in Istanbul in 2008.