Alena Skalova

Siddhartha's Stone

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A paper bird approaching a stone on the ground

Can words capture wisdom? Or can a stone and its path illustrate it better?

Hermann Hesse’s book Siddhartha is full of beautiful imagery that hits our deepest hidden strings. Siddhartha’s Stone is a short visual storytelling piece inspired by the book.

"Siddhartha goes through the affairs of the world like the stone through water; he is drawn and lets himself fall."

Suitable for children and adults alike.

Duration: 5 minutes approximately.

Genres:

Children / FamilySpoken word / BooksTheatre / Performance

Categories:

LiveWatch

Accessiblity:

help Mostly Visual

Event Dates

15 May, 7.00pm ongoing
Performed live at 7pm on 15 May, then available until 24 May

A paper bird approaching a stone on the ground
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