"Keine Gnade" von Jo Fabian
|"Gnadenlos" Eingeladen zum Theratertreffen 1994|
Keine Gnade (Vaterlandskomplex Teil 2)
Fabian opens up a boot camp for right-wing ideology and makes fun of it. The dancers, all with braids, are subject to a variety of associative transformations: the exploited, deported and willing servants of the slave master. The man determines the fate of the women, models them, destroys them. The evening has a cold hardness, black humour. It often seems macabre but it also has an element of seduction.
(Christoph Funke, Theater heute, 5/1994)
The location of the chaotic theatre: Germany. Broken house facades, besmeared gravestones. Every day and every night. Five figures play Fascism. They rehearse a dance-theatre piece about Nazis. „Keine Gnade“ is a cynical spectacle with chaotic moments…
(Tilman Billing, Berliner Zeitung, 21.10.93)
„Keine Gnade“ is not set up to be a merciless political piece.
It is a piece about how present-day reality, optically and artistically exaggerated by the individual, could be presented using words, gestures and dance. It is the artistically successful encirclement of a black point, whose mutation to a whirlpool can not be ignored.
(Andreas Gerlof, Scheinschlag, 14.-27.10.1993)
|Eine Produktion von Jo Fabian Department und dem Theater unterm Dach|