TRYROMANCE started to be developed during the TRYANGLE Laboratory at the Tanzhaus in Dusseldorf in July 2012. The project team decided to go into the streets of Dusseldorf asking anonymous people to read a short dialogue from the piece “TRISTAN UND ISOLDE” by Richard Wagner.
The same device is being explored in two different countries: Portugal and France, two other partners involved in the organisation of TRYANGLE. The proposal is to select pieces of different text related to the idea of romance, that can go from iconic national literature to universal classics, and to confront them with different people in each.
These materials will be used to create a live performance.