There are people who consider the modern world to be one of the greatest inventions of mankind. And then there are others, in whose opinion everything nowadays is in summary reduced to personal existence.

Ene-Liis Semper’s and Tiit Ojasoo’s stage production NO43 Filth is a choreographic symphony about the moment when the world falls apart, filled with the maximum attention and energetic charge of the persons on stage. This is a stage production that does not let go of you.

“Five days have passed but I can’t get the picture I’ve seen out of my head,” wrote one critic. “The images were extremely powerful and the stage production was utterly compelling. It is perhaps the most awesome stage production that has ever been staged in Estonia.”

After its premiere, this stage production touched off a passionate argument in the media as well as among the public. Some said that stage productions like this one should not be staged at all. Others said they had never before seen such a lofty and poetic stage production.

NO43 Filth has also attracted a great deal of international attention. It has been staged in Paris, Brussels, Hamburg and Venice. Critics have extolled the total commitment of the actors and their unique stage energy. In its beauty, radiance and sacredness, this stage production has been compared to those of Alain Platel. Tours in Europe’s capitals await NO43 Filth in the autumn and winter of 2017.

“In the absence of cultural continuity, collapse had occurred at a frenzied pace. It had taken place with playful ease, without conflicts or any sort of violence or protest. Even actual discussions had not taken place.”
(Michel Houellebecq)

Directors-Art Directors Ene-Liis Semper, Tiit Ojasoo
Bodywork Jüri Nael
Light Design Petri Tuhkanen
Musical Design Jakob Juhkam, Tiit Ojasoo, Ene-LIis Semper

Cast Marika Vaarik, Helena Pruuli, Rea Lest, Rasmus Kaljujärv, Ragnar Uustal, Gert Raudsep, Simeoni Sundja, Jörgen Liik and Reimo Sagor (as a guest).

Premiere on October 17 2015

Duration 1h 55 minutes, no intermission

NB! The production is practically without words and therefore suitable for watching for any language speaker and without surtitles.