Ami Garmon’s real-life story book, Patience and Hunger, is a performance reflecting, remembering, revisiting and ultimately reclaiming ‘what we loved’. Like the relative who sits down to spin yarns about trinkets, relics and images, storytelling - out of sequence and through a range of media - was always Ami’s mission.
Patience and Hunger creates divergences and convergences to convey life on stage, and the stages of life, love, loss, grief and even laughter to something approaching hilarity and unease.
Choreography, Text, Performance, Producer: Ami Garmon
Video: Julia Alcamo
Scenography: Remo Lotano
Producer: Marianne Dissard
Photo: Benjamin Feifke
Funded by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and Media within the framework of the initiative NEUSTART KULTUR, aid programm DIS-TANZEN by the Dachverband Tanz Deutschland. Cowork Funchal, Madeira (The Pink Room with Rosa Munoz, co-production Dario Suter and Remo Lotano