World premiere at the Estonian National Opera on October 1, 2011
Choreographer: Tiit Helimets
Composer: Paula Matthusen
Libretto: Tiit Helimets after the poem by Abi Basch
Costume Designer: Marja-Liisa Pihlak
Lighting Designer: Tiit Urvik
Tiit Helimets’ short ballet makes people think about how they use their time. How does our life change with time? How do we change with time? What will time bring us and how do we see it? Every second is important and every minute lost makes us panic, an hour feels too long and it seems that we are wasting our time …
Paula Matthusen is a composer of electro acoustic music who collaborates with choreographers and theatre companies in creating and designing productions. In addition she realizes sound installations. Her work often considers discrepancies in musical space – real, imagined, and remembered.
Abi Basch is a playwright and director whose work has been produced in the U.S. by renowned companies and festivals. Abi has been a core member of kInDeRdEuTsCh pRoJeKtS, a German/American physical theatre company that generates movement-based multi-media plays and performance installations based on her scripts.
World premiere at the Estonian National Opera on April 29, 2007
Choreographer: Marina Kesler
Music: Lepo Sumera, Raimo Kangro, Arvo Pärt, Lydia Auster
Designer: Sirly Oder
Lighting Designer: Neeme Jõe
Marina Kesler: “”Werewolf” deals with the problems of human kind: the confrontation of the individual and the mass, envy, the destruction of competitors by slander, the inability of people fighting for their love and be true to yourself.”
In 2007 the production received the Estonian Annual Theatre Award.