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a contemporary folk-comedy

How strong legs does one need to break a log?

What is needed to give birth in the middle of a field?

And what is there to be done, if there is no men on sight and the whole future a woman sees ahead is work, more work and the company of one's envious, vicious and yet incredibly loving sisters..."

“Three Sisters” is a performance that talks about the great women of the Nordic countries. Of their tenderness, strength, convictions and fears. The mysteries unfold in reality and disappear between heaven and earth. There is no right or wrong, no good or bad, a woman is just flesh and bone in the veil of sisterly love.

The project is based on aerial disciplines (hammock, hoop) and handstand/acro-dance combined with witty comedy, spiced up with social criticism and danced away by epics. While creating the show the team researched old nordic traditions about marriage, women’s role in the household, what type of a woman was desired during the old times and how has it changed (or not) these days.

Duration: ca 45 min
Age: 5+
Grete Gross (EST), Lizeth Wolk (EST), Alise Bokaldere (LV)
Idea: Big Wolf Company
Outside-eye/ dramaturgy: Kati Kivitar

Premiere: 6th october 2021 epicirq showcase, Tallinn, Estonia
Supporters: Estonian Cultural Endowment, Salme Culture Center, TelePart, Rauno Känganen



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