Premier / Première : 2006 – Duration / Durée : 45 min – Choreographer & director / Chorégraphe & metteur en scéne : Mehdi Farajpour – Performers / Performeurs : Komal Subhash Gujarathi, Shima Mahdavi, Manali Subhash Gujarathi, Mehran Golmohammadi, Mehdi Farajpour – Stage Manager : Varesh Darvish & Maryam Majidi – Film : Ali Judi, Mehran Golmohammadi – Graphic & photos /Graphique & photos : Maryam Majidi – Sound technicien / Son : Masoud Mardan – Accessories /Accesoires : Hengameh Sazesh – Video / Vidéo : Masud Mardan – Public relations / Relations publiques : Makan Kouchaki – Special thanks to / Merci à : Hema Nyranjan Nohony, Rahim Khouchaki.
PARTNERS / PARTENARIATS: 2nd International Theatre Festival (bareilly, India), 11st International Theatre Festival (Cuttuck, India), 26th International Fadjr Theatre Festival (Tehran, Iran).
In some Indian beliefs, Shiva (the goddess of dance, love and deconstruction) will come back alive one day and will ruin the whole world in order to reconstruct it for good. It will happen in a time called Kally ages (dark ages) when people’s heart symbolically will turn to cemeteries. No emotion nor faith will exist by that time. In such a time, Shiva will start dancing in a cemetery and while his madly dancing, he will be called SUDDHALAIYADI that means : A dancer on the ashes of cemeteries.