"Where do you live?"
"Indeterminate residence," he says and laughs; but it is only such a laugh as can be produced without lungs. It sounds something like the rustling in fallen leaves. That usually ends the conversation.
The Cares of a Family Man Franz Kafka
It seems as if several objects with a life of their own have moved into the kitchen of Annina Machaz and Mira Kandathil. The objects disguise themselves, put on masks and try to lead the two performers by the nose. It becomes uncanny and fascinating at the same time. The objects sing Ballermann Hits and recite absurd lyrics. What does it all mean? Watch out, if they feel observed or disturbed, they usually disappear for several days...
Inspired by Kafka's short story The Cares of a Family Man, Mira Kandathil and Annina Machaz present a collection of eerie and curious text and song finds. The audience can expect an idiosyncratic experimental set-up, a mixture between puppet theatre and horror show. So don't miss it!
|Artistic Direction||Annina Machaz und Mira Kandathil|
|Authors||Annina Machaz und Mira Kandathil|
|Performers||Annina Machaz und Mira Kandathil|
|Mentor Masks||Mamady Kanté|
|A Follow Us Production in Cooperation with Gessnerallee Zurich and It's The real Thing Studios.|