In a small room, the frenetic tapping of a typerwriter forms its own curious ballad with the persistent notes of a cello. We see André and Dorine, an elderly couple who, as countless others, have fallen into oblivion, for getting what brought them together.From the walls hangs the past, as a sole reminder of what they once shared.
Yet an incredible event unfolds, forcing them to remember what they were. A glimpse back into the past that will help them build a new present, though it might be too late.
To remember how they loved in order to continue loving.
With no words, uplifting and thought provoking, it explores important themes with warmth and humour. André y Dorine has toured more than 500 times in about 30 different countries.
“In just one hour, The Kulunka Theatre Company presented to its audience a creative, sad, but also humorous piece about a couple’s battle with memory loss. Judging by the three curtain calls and audience’s standing ovation, and my own tears that fell during the performance, I would call a highly successful theatrical experience.” – New York Theatre
“André y Dorine could perfectly become a cult show. Don’t forget your tissue!” – Antonio Castro – madriddiario.es
The quiet magnificence of mask theatre – The Economist