Written & Directed: Honorata Perzanowska

Videography: Greg Ostrowski 

Choreography: Honorata Perzanowska

Editing: Honorata Perzanowska 

The etude "All Children Are Artists" is a kind of culmination of my observations about children. They born with no prejudices, and everything they do is done in their own unique way, simply with their own truth. That's why they are such good artists and watching them is always very informative and inspiring for me. This etude present what I see in them and how I see them.

Little people who know who they are.

 

Written & Directed: Honorata Perzanowska

Videography: Greg Ostrowski 

Choreography: Honorata Perzanowska

Editing: Honorata Perzanowska 

Getting to know the forest world brings many benefits. Especially for little humans who are very curious about the world around them, and their imagination is at full speed. Joyfully jogging around trees with friends gives you more happiness than anything else. Discovering new paths and mysterious nooks brings many ideas for new games. Listening to the singing of the forest creatures, laughing again and again. In the crowd of all raptures, however, it is easy to forget what mothers always warns about. If you want to play in the woods, make sure you come home before it gets dark. In the dark, you can easily lose the path to your home.

 

However, there is something that adults never tell their children so as not to scare them too much. The forest also has a night face, it can draw you into its magic and you may never get out again...

 

Written & Directed: Honorata Perzanowska

Videography: Greg Ostrowski 

Choreography: Honorata Perzanowska

Editing: Honorata Perzanowska 

Are people more afraid of their inner darkness, or are they more afraid of the light, glow and beauty within them? An etude about light and darkness, about what drives, guides and conducts us in our lives. We explore the compelling relationship between our innate human behaviors and those acquired in adulthood.

 

Written & Directed: Honorata Perzanowska

Videography: Greg Ostrowski 

Choreography: Honorata Perzanowska

Editing: Honorata Perzanowska 

How many colors are there in the world? Are there infinitely number many of them, or is there only one with many faces? What color is the air? Do people perceive colors in exactly the same way? Can colors reflect our moods?

In this "Red" etude, as the title suggests, I decided to focus on red, which is the "queen of colors". It is a symbol of both love and hate. It can represent completely different emotions, such as joy or danger or panic. 

 

This time with my students we are trying to "present the color red on the stage" and all the emotions and states that this color brings. It is very important to me that my students are brave on stage and not to be afraid of their strength. Because only then their presence on stage can move the audience and, similarly to the color red, 

makes the hearts of people beat faster.

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