BY PHILIPPE QUESNE AND THE ENSEMBLE // IN ENGLISH
Director: Philippe Quesne
In "Farm Fatale" Philippe Quesne invokes the
imagery of rural life. However, this place of longing is abandoned: the
sounds of nature have faded away and the people are gone. Only five
inventive scarecrows populate the stage, an initially blank page. As in a
booklet, this desolate spot fills up and becomes the place of a new
beginning. The scarecrows are archivists of the past and in search of
possible worlds. Everything can become a protagonist here, even sounds
or inconspicuous objects. The evening tells - as in a comic - pictures
by pictures of an autonomous, solidarian community for which another
world is possible. As in earlier works, Quesne combines humorous theater
and visual arts and collages a revue of images. In addition to the work
“Caspar Western Friedrich”, which was shown in the repertoire of the
Münchner Kammerspiele, Philippe Quesne’s independent productions “Die
Nacht der Maulwürfe” and “Crash Park – Life of an island” were also
recently presented at Kammerspiele.
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In co-production with Nanterre-Amandiers, centre dramatique national.