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  • ELKHANAH PULITZER: David has really distilled the story

  • tremendously down to a really compressed and vital,

  • essential form.

  • THE ASSISTANT: (SINGING) I was a woman once.

  • It was so long ago.

  • ELKHANAH PULITZER: And so in order

  • to celebrate and honor that, we really wanted to make sure

  • that we were approaching the design in a way that

  • supported that intention.

  • THE ASSISTANT: (SINGING) I barely remember it,

  • but I remember it.

  • ELKHANAH PULITZER: So we really went with things

  • that were psychological and iconic about the prison system

  • and what you imagine in your mind's eye

  • when you are thinking about prisons.

  • THE ASSISTANT: (SINGING) I was a woman once.

  • Objects and images related to prisons

  • have an iconography associated with them

  • and emotion connected to them.

  • So we were interested in looking at what those elements do

  • in a more symbolic installation kind of space

  • instead of in something that would be

  • more of a traditional theater.

  • THE JAILER: (SINGING) In this world,

  • without gold, you can't live.

  • You can't be happy.

  • ELKHANAH PULITZER: The fact that the orchestra is onstage,

  • and that the orchestra is cast into the piece,

  • and that the piece is being done in Geffen Hall,

  • there is an innate vacillation between different forms

  • that are occurring within the structure of the piece itself

  • and how it's being presented.

  • THE JAILER: (SINGING) Power and love.

  • ELKHANAH PULITZER: And so the desire

  • to do an installation was really in response

  • to the original question of, what

  • does it mean to have an orchestra cast

  • and be present and be visible onstage?

  • THE JAILER: (SINGING) The power and the love.

  • ELKHANAH PULITZER: In thinking about what

  • it might be like to be in a prison system

  • and to spend the rest of one's life there

  • or to miss the life and speed of things that go on outside,

  • be it a young child who you know you're not

  • going to see growing up, or whatnot,

  • we were looking at what it feels like,

  • what time might feel like inside of a prison,

  • and how to manifest that physically onstage in terms

  • of the performance style to explore being out of time.

  • THE JAILER: (SINGING) When I get enough, I'll be gone.

ELKHANAH PULITZER: David has really distilled the story


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エルカーナ・ピューリッツァー "国家の囚人 "について (Elkhanah Pulitzer On "prisoner of the state")

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日