"Social slavery" is a state of being, which is nowadays common to barely everyone. Synonyms for social slavery can be intellectual but also physical. Everyone of us possess these structures in ourselves and between others in one form or the other. Are these structures capable of creating something, which we could cherish, love or hold as sacred?
Or we just cast it all aside, and walk on.

Jarmo Reha is a freelancing theatre director and actor, who has formerly been in the ensemble of Theatre NO99. Reha has finished Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre as an actor.

As an actor, his last projects have been film "Portugal" and stage pieces "BIG DATA" and "Pikse Pill".

As a director, he debuted 2018 in Narva, with project "Oomen".)

His next endeavor shall be a co-directed project with Armel Roussel in Brussels – "Long live the life, that burns the chest"(2019).

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Residency is supported by Eesti Kultuurkapital