Mittwoch, 16. Mai 2007
In Febuary I saw a Familie Flöz production of Ristorante Immortale. This was a silent performance with 4 actors all wearing masks (some of which played two characters).
Familie Flöz is an international pool of theater makers – actors, musicians, dancers, directors, mask-, light- and costume designers, dramatic advisors and other good souls from ten nations. They are based in Berlin and have shown here regularly at Admiraldspalast Theatre (http://www.admiralspalast.de/).
"It is a moving yet bizarre family that apparently rose up from the dark womb of the earth through a long shaft to reach daylight for the very first time. It was this very image that put Familie Flöz on the map of international theater in 1996. Behind this metaphor is also the philosophy of an entirely distinct working method of this ever-changing group of theater makers."