"Lostills. verlorene stillleben" von Jo Fabian
|"Ein Theater der Bewegten Architektur"|
Lostills. Verlorene Stilleben (Ozeantrilogie Part 3)
Kleindarsteller: Roger Beständig, Kay Seiffert, Alexander Weichbrot
Voice: Kai-Brit Schrader
The dancers reject the applause. Although they stand in a row in the middle of the stage and bow repeatedly, individually and in small groups. This is the logical close to 75 mostly exciting theater minutes, in which everything else is completely different from the usual: dance theatre in which stage set and props almost move more and more often than the dancers; dance theatre that wants to and can remove itself from the possibility of interpretation through its variety of surrealistic references; dance theatre that does not want to be a “piece” but rather a “whole”.
(Mathias Klein, Hannoversche Allgemeine Zeitung, 3.5.1993)
Fabian is beyond himself in the finale. The dancers stand in a row and bow, but it remains unclear if they do this to receive the final applause or to stay in a straight line. One dancer stands in front of the others, looks up, and points to the exits… until the last audience member has left the room.
(Renate Bräuninger, Lausitzer Rundschau, 4.5.1993)
The true conclusion was different and it refuted the idea of self-satisfied and self-referential theatre in its own way. Since the audience members did not want to go, the women from the coat rooms jumped in and ended the evening in their own way.
(Petra Stuber, Theater heute, 7/93)
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