INSPIRED BY THE POETRY OF PABLO NERUDA
5 SUNS (out of 5)
"This incredibly talented cast offers a flawless performance...
a must-see for those with a reverence for wonderful art..."
- Edmonton Sun
NERUDA NUDE is an original work inspired by Pablo Neruda's early poems, where seven electrifying physical performers deliver the romantic works in the nude.
Poems that, when published in the 1920's were rejected by critics for being too raw and explicit, are now devoured by readers all over the world. Through the years, Neruda's poems have become some of the best known verses of love and loss.
NERUDA NUDE is a combination of physical theatre, poetry, movement, and dance that illustrates the words of the poet in motion; while exploring the freedom and acceptance of the human body in its most intimate state.
WARNING: Contains naked verses and full frontal poetry.
NERUDA NUDE was presented with the generous support of:
Alberta Foundation for the Arts and Canada Council for the Arts.
Presentations hosted by:
Calgary, Canada (2005 & 2009)
Edmonton, Canada (2005)
Teatro de Camara Casazul
Mexico City, Mexico (2009)
Prague International Fringe Festival
Prague, Czech Republic (2015)