Dublin Theatre Festival

Theatre de Complicite

The Street of Crocodiles

Based on stories by Bruno Schulz, Devised by the Company from an Adaptation by Simon McBurney adn Mark Wheatley

Venue Olympia Theatre

Directed by Simon McBurney
Design by Rae Smith
Lighting Design by Paul Constable
Original Sound Design by Christopher Shutt
Producer Catherine Reiser

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After a five month sell-out season at the Royal National Theatre, The Street of Crocodiles has toured to Australia, Switzerland, Lithuania, Moscow, Poland, Israel, Germany, Romania, Hungary, France, Canada and Iceland.

The Street of Crocodiles
is based on stories of Polish, Jewish writer and artist, Bruno Schulz. Recalling Characters from his past in the reinvention of his own childhood, these tales are reminicent of our sweetest nightmares and most pungent dreams. Theatre de Complicite's production captures the startling absurdity and sensual physicality of the text in this extraordinary adaptation.

"This is visual and visionary theatre...two hours of superbly orchestrated gymnastics of the imagination, in which ten actors, selfless, athletic and brilliantly controlled, dance a dance of the mind" THE SUNDAY TIMES

THEATRE de COMPLICITE has gained a formidable reputation over the last ten years for stunning visual and ensemble theatre that is spectacular, provoking, hilarious and entertaining. The company's productions have won numerous awards including four Laurence Olivier Award nominations for The Street of Crocodiles, the 1993 Manchester Evening News Award for Best Visitiing Production and The Prudential Arts Award for Theatre 1993 awarded for excellence, innovation, creativity and accessibility.

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