I will be performing my new short show “SOMEONE SAID” on Sad Fest event in The Castle cinema on the 16th of March at 3pm.
SAD FEST said:
Zuza Tehanu is a multi-faceted performer living and working in London.
For the “Brexit Makes Me Sad ” pop-up Zuza will be a performing a melancholy dance and movement piece based on her latest show “Someone Said”.
“Brexit makes me sad because it comes from the idea that we are divided and need to be separated and isolated for reasons that are not even clear. I strongly believe that only in interactions and with all our diversity we can experience connection and grow as a society”
“Someone Said” incorporates dance, theatre, performance art, singing, original music and poetry. It was created in response to recent events and changes in society as well as all the miscommunication we witness on a daily basis.
The division of the society that is happening right now is both scary and sad. It creates the illusion that one group of people wants to attack the other, for any reason. While the people repeat whatever they heard from others and refuse to listen to anything that collides with their beliefs, all of society goes into the division state of mind, which at the end is just an idea. An illusion which invaded their minds and blinds them to see that we are all one.