HAP - by John Foster
Two very different city-slicker women, on either end of a slippery therapist’s couch! Meet Hap. Despite all attempts to be a miserablist she can’t ever be unhappy. Unhappy at being happy, she visits Doctor Marples seeking a cure.
The Clean House - by Sarah Ruhl
“Would anybody like to hear a joke, or maybe even the world’s best joke??”
Upon arrival in the U.S., the sassy young Brazilian comedienne Matilde discovers that no one will pay to hear her rural jokes in Portuguese. Finding herself forced to clean for the upper classes, the world and household of her new employer – careerwoman Doctor Lane - hillariously falls apart.
Sex and Betrayal - Between the Sheets - Re-mount
Sex has always been part of our collective cultural conscience, with numerous songs and books written about it. But what happens if you add betrayal tot he mix? An intimate investigation into the roots of an affair combining story, literature and music.
Sherlock Holme’s relationship with his underdog assistant Watson leads to a lot of confusion, especially since the holy Miss Hudson is not only wearing the pants in the house but also the highest leather boots. Who is really the smart brain behind „The Brain“, solving the mystery of how the Blue Carbuncle ended up in the Christmas goose.
No Exit reloaded
What have you done? Why are you in hell? Yulia, sniper and spree killer. Liam, commissioner of state murder. Kamilla, guerilla and black widow. Three killers in a room. Each with their own story. Their individual pathways to hell. Hell is other people. A modern retelling of Jean-Paul Sartre’s famous play by Bafta Award-winning playwright John Foster. Dark. Violent. Sexy.
Lovers, Authors and other Strangers
Great American humour at it’s best. New York City is of course the centre of the Universe, so are the three blonde divas circling around one good looking man, competing in a passionate pile of comedy. A humorous evening presenting short stories, scenes and parodies by Dortothy Parker, Woody Allen and other comedian masters, who know how to turn bittersweet into fabulous laughter and finely define the difference between male and female. ... read more
The Case M. M.
On the night of the 5th of August 1962 Marilyn Monroe was found dead in her Brentwood home. The official cause of death „probably suicide“ hides a web of lies and intruige to an unparalleled cover-up of what might be one of the greatest unsolved murder cases in the criminal history of America. A Ballet Thriller in cooperation with Choreographer Yaroslav Ivanenko.
Sex and Betrayal - Between the Sheets
Sex has always been part of our collective cultural conscience, with numerous songs and books written about it. But what happens when you add betrayal to the mix?
Paris entiers dans mon Salon
At the Hotel of Lonely Souls, set atop the Passage de l’ Opera in Paris, the inhabitant characters refelct a panorama of European Society caught in a labyrinth of euphoria, fashion, transience and the everlasting dream of awakening. Derived from Walter Benjamin’s legendary “Arcades Project” for the German-French Festival „Arabesques“.
Under the Roofs of Paris she is at home the multi-faceted world of love and passion. The Devil in the Flesh, the flapping wings of the soul and the labours of love in certain corners…; A scandalous French novel combined with the heartfelt expressions of Simone de Beauvoir – interwoven through drama and French song.
Kafka - beyond the door
A fantastic journey into the life, work and the creative spirit of Franz Kafka illustrated in drama, dance, music and art. A multimedia theatre production for the official celebrations of the 20 years anniversary between the Cities of Hamburg and Prague.
New York Stories
Three plays, two authors, one city: the humorous Woody Allen, the passionate Dorothy Parker and the ravishing New York! A trilogy about desire, dreams, the finely defined differences between men and women and the universe of our world: New York City!
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s master detective with his keen nose, forensic foresight and cool mind commencing from London’s 221b Baker Street. A series of joyous play readings into the most peculiar London mysteries presented through acting and singing.