A solo performance about the very thin, gray zone between disgust and excitement, self-control and madness, good manners and uncontrollable violence: the patient, Valerie IX, has been plagued with a lifelong disgust of and aggression against people. She harps on to the attentive audience, who has taken on the role of the therapist, about her family history of traditions and good manners from which she is so desperately yet, unsuccessfully, trying escape. Careful: unpleasant parallels to your own behavior may become evident!
IDEA, DIRECTION, PERFORMANCE, SOUND, TEXT Stefanie Sourial ASSISTANCE DRAMATURGY Moira Hille
Kindly supported by God's Entertainment/EMMA7-Award. Thanks to Denice Bourbon, Katalin Erdödi, Andreas Fleck, Thomas Frank, Stephanie Höltschl, Denise Kottlett, Nir Paldi, Nick Prokesch, Mara Verlic, Eva Wolfesberger.
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