Four actors and a director develop with absurd ideas that Absurdesque, a new genre, a mirage, a non-play: No foreplay, no discernible storyline, no epilogue. Two couples wait probably a guest. There is a knock – but “There is no one!” The Smiths have invited the Martins, and wait together with the Martins to the Martins. We can not really understand – and we laugh heartily yet. We, the four actors do not take it seriously – and we are still touched deep inside. It is useless, but very precisely and meticulously planned.
In the twenty-fifth year of theater laboratories a critical, mixture of four actors, a mysterious Tonmaschine and a well-hidden video camera is touched.
May 21, 2008
Stage and Video
Tom Dombrowski, Frank Imsiepen
Thomas Behrend, Michael Grunert, Indira Heidemann, Karin Wedeking