Show Real Drama
Susie and Fabian are actors that needed a showreel. Because they didn't have any acting jobs they decided to write a script for scenes they would like to act one day. They made two scenes. In the play these two showreel scenes function as the brakes between the acts Show, act Real, and act Drama.
While they are in the back of the stage - Their text is referring to their relationships and memories.
When they are standing in the front of the stage, their text is referring to the stage and their acting career. When they are reaching the center of the stage they are reenacting their showreel or dialogs from the past.
Performers: Susie Meyer and Fabian Stumm
Director: Keren Cytter
Video: Mia Meyer / Keren Cytter
Premiere: March 25 2011: Globe Deutsche Bank, Frankfurt am Main (Commissioned and Supported by Deutsche Bank)June 10 & 24 2011: Based in Berlin, Berlin November 26 2011: Kunsthall Bergen, Bergen Norway
March 24&25 2012: Ke Center Theater, as part of Taking the Stage Over, Shanghai
March 31 2012: Penghao Ren Theater, as part of Taking the Stage Over, Beijing
April 7&8 2012: Bo:m Festival, Seoul
May 5&6 2012: The Kitchen, New York
July 1 2012: Veemtheater, as part of Stedelijk Museum TS3, Amsterdam
September 30 2012: Tate Modern Oil Tanks, London
October 10 - 13 2012: DiverseWorks, Houston, Texas
December 6 & 9 2012: Theater Neumarkt, Zurich
May 23 2013: Nomas Foundation, Rome
Koelnischer Kunstverein, Cologne
Museum for Contemporary Art, Chicago
Photography: Sal Kroonenberg
Show Real Drama @ VeemTheater, Amsterdam