BURLAS' 'COMA': 'LITTLE SCOPE - GREAT VOLUME'
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Martin Burlas - 'Coma': minimal opera (scope, music, librettos - sung aphorisms) with a great value of expression. The character of a patient in his (inner) status of coma perceives virulence of the surrounding (outer) world. Who is the patient? The play on spectators brings an experience to every one - associations connected to spectators' experience. 'Coma' is an alternative: untraditional grasping of an opera genre in contrast to the classical conclusions. 'Coma' is postmodern: mosaic of an action- moody scenography, untraditional actor performance, film retrospective, verbal puns, comparisons with time and space full of the symbols and contrast meanings.
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