The Little Suicides
A Swedish matchstick who falls in love with a Brazilian coffee bean. An Alka Selzer tablet who wants to fit in with a group of candy wrapped in beautiful paper. A small table and a single bulb shaded by a brown paper bag.
Olivia Molnár presents the performance that her father created successfully in the 1980s. On stage she gives voice and life to a handful of small everyday objects and provides insight into their small worlds.
The performance is presented in three parts:
"Alka Selzer. A bitter and sparkling tragedy": the multiple attempts of an alka selzer to escape its dreadful condition.
"Pita": Pita’s various transformations make Jorg lose his head, consumed with love for her.
"Tempo": about the passage of time.