KTO Teatr - Peregrinus

KTO Teatr - Peregrinus

Montréal’s 375th is thrilled to be able to add a touch of magic to the Just For Laughs programming with the We’re Acting Out! performances.

All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy… watch as this troupe of men and women try to escape the drudgery of a consumerist society.

The show depicts a single day in the life of an individual of the 21st century. The contemporary "Everyman", whose life is "suspended" between Home and Work for a corporation, identifies his or her "pathway through life" as a "pathway to work". The peregrination in search of the meaning of life comes into view through everyday toil, deprived of spirituality, love and beauty.

The world of the "Pererginus" is a "digital" civilization—sad, terrifying and grotesque, where consumerism turns into a dominant religion. A mobile character of the show exposes the adventures of the protagonist in various contexts of urban space. Homo Peregrinus is a formatted human being stripped of emotionality, predictable and bereft of individual characteristics.

Mask concept: Spitfire Company
Masks design: Joanna Jasko-Sroka
Stage movement and choreography: Eryk Makohon
Script, music selection and stage direction: Jerzy Zon
Performers: Karolina Bondaronek, Martyna Malcharek, Grazyna Srebrny-Rosa, Justyna Wójcik, Marta Zon, Slawek Bendykowski, Bartek Cieniawa, Pawel Monsiel, Michal Orzylowski
Photo credit: F.Rudnicki