The playwrights themselves will grease the gears of a well-oiled (or deep-fried) wurst-production and consumption apparatus.Three talented Fressers will gobble down everything the writer-kitchen can pump out.
And a Greek-ish-Karaoke-Chorus of directors will preside (high) over the tightly scheduled affair.
There will be fries and franks (and gluten-free veggie tempura). Ketchup. And lots and lots of Mayo. Just who will succumb to and who will help to perpetuate the cultural sausage factory? English Theatre will be divided into five, integrated and interdependent installations, coordinated and executed by three ensembles – actors, writers, directors – in perfect harmony. The authors occupy the bathroom equipped with oil, potatoes, and a plethora of condiments.High above the peanut gallery, the director-team will perform every word of the “winning” plays with the help of their handy-dandy Karaoke-Algorithm. And the actors? Well, they eat. And eat. And eat. And eat.
With the 10 Minute Play: Symphony of Everyday Life by Claire Delaby & Alberto Di Gennaro;Culture by Emal Ghamsharick; Physical Exercises by Marie Hoffmann; Fluffers by Harvey Rabbit; and Lass die Nutten tanzen by Antoine Hummel & Jacques Pradillon.
Performed from the writers, Peter Priegann, Sebastian Rein, Errol Shaker and Shakespeare im Park Berlin. Concept, Direction, a. Intervention SHAKESPEARE IM PARK BERLIN Costume Arianne Vitale Cardoso Light Jake Witlen Production- and Directions assistent Rowena Waack Photos Arianne Vitale Cardoso and Olga Baczynska Premiere Freitag, 08. März 2013 / 20 Uhr, English Theatre Berlin