Supported by Il-Premju tal-President għall-Kreattività
The matter of migration has undoubtedly and inevitably brought people together, and pushed others apart; Limbo explores this notion from multiple standpoints. It is essentially a verbatim-style piece based on a number of interviews recounting the narratives of people from all over the globe – stories of individuals who have experienced some form of migration throughout their life.
In this promenade-style experience, stories and characters stimulate the creation of music and art as the journey of the process and performance itself unfold. Ultimately, this is an invitation to challenge our idea of ‘home’ and to reconsider and re-evaluate what we truly understand by the term ‘integration’.
Limbo was originally in collaboration with Spazju Kreattiv, funded by Il-Premju tal-President għall-Kreattività, which then also featured in the Sliema Arts Festival.
Jean-Marc Cafà (direction), James Azzopardi Meli and Larissa Bonaci (concept), Petra Galea Debono (production), Studio 18 Creative Lab, Francesco Grech (music), Andrew Micallef and Anna Calleja (Original artistic concept).
Larissa Bonaci, Kurt Castillo, Nikki Demajo Albanese, Andrew Micallef, and Delphine Ural.