A father/daughter collaboration, Everything Must Go is a heartfelt exploration of an extraordinary life.
Intended to be staged as a duo, innovative performer Kristin Fredricksson beautifully pays tribute to her late father, the charismatic artist Karl Fredricksson, using cinefilm, clowning, dance, puppetry and hurdling as she shares intimate details of his life with the audience.
This moving meditation on love, loss, memory and play won a Total Theatre Award in 2009.
An athletic-puppetic performance with dad in drag. Dad trains for the Olympics by day and drags up to the nines by night. His photos and Super 8s inhabit the scene and reveal the man. Reality, age and obsession set in. His money-saving schemes become increasingly elaborate, from the secrets of free water to newspaper-stealing shoes. But eventually everything must go.
THIS SHOW IS AVAILABLE IN ENGLISH OR FRENCH
The show is 1 hour with no interval.
Performance space minimum 7 metres wide, 5 metres deep.
White dance floor if possible (grey or black acceptable, or wooden floor)
White cyc or backdrop (can be provided by the company if neccessary)
Full sound system, amp, speakers; CD player.
Lights, video and sound need to be operated from one place.
One, two or three video projectors (depending on size and proportions of space);
cabling to project the same image through all projectors.
We will provide a lap-top which will be the source of the video images.
2-3 on the road.
Freight, approx. 6m3 (tours in a transit van)
Development supported by barbicanbite10, Kent University and Theatre Royal Margate.
Photo: Maria Andrews