Monday, 1 February 2010

Attention male performers and actors

Award Winning motiroti needs you!!
motiroti is seeking male performers/actors aged 20 to 40

  • Vocally seductive and confident
  • Ability to engage live audience with story telling
  • Ability to sing and dance
  • Bilingual (fluent English and another)
  • Charismatic

Send your cv and any weblinks via email 
Helen Mitchell/ Ali Zaidi  020 77046870
Closing dates for submission 17th February 2010.
Invites to the auditions will be sent out Monday 22nd Feb.
Auditions will be held following week 1st March.

                                                                      Photo © Laura Ferrari/ Archivio NTF Italia  
Smash hit from Napoli Teatro Festival Italia 2009.
To be shown for the first time in UK, at Lilian Baylis Theatre in London prior to its national and international tour.

Journeys of Love and More Love
a live installation with edible interludes
Journeys of Love and More Love is the story of a man - and many men - the milestones in his life journey and the key people that influenced his development across continents and in between social and cultural divides.

The show is a 1hour performance mixing projected media and three-course meal as a live installation. The story is the personal tale of Ali Zaidi's migration journeys from Bombay to Lahore to London chronicling the loves and lives of his friends and family and the food he encountered along the way. It intersperses personal and public archive images and historical events with interview footage of contemporary migrant stories in Naples and London, ranging from academics to street-sellers, business entrepreneurs to illegal workers.

What Italian press has to say...

Directed with tender grace and an ironic take on memories food becomes a testament of love! A grandiose kaleidoscope cross pollinated with cultures, gestures, images, tastes and colours. Giulio Baffi La Repubblica

It's not only a show. It is a true theatrical experience. Enrica Buongiorno Roma

Food is used as a vehicle that brings down socio-cultural barriers. Adriana Pollice Il Manifesto

motiroti is a creative organisation producing art in public and open spaces using a variety of live, recorded and digital media. For over fifteen years motiroti has made internationally acclaimed work that transforms audiences’ perceptions of culture, identity and interconnectivity through ground-breaking creative arts projects. motiroti projects play across disciplines and invite audiences to take part within an accessible, playful and richly entertaining environment.

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