Deutsche Version
Since April 2010

unrestricted exploitation

dance performance
     with a poetic introduction by Björn Klein (Hamburg)

Nominated for the Stuttgart Theater prize 2010

Revised version for four women

unrestricted exploitation is a rapid and at the same time fragile dance play that deals with the (self-) exploitation in the professional context, with the fact that efforts are not valued anymore and with the resulting overexploitation that many people commit against themselves.



The play works solely with physical means in order to correspond to reality: As human beings we do not have a surrogate body, no extra deposit for power. The dancers experience their physical limitations and during the play undergo the different phases of need, expectation, claim, depletion, overspending, break-down, regeneration and the consequences of that chain.





Using different dancing techniques and different qualities of motion the four dancers interact with compositions of Stefan Schmidt (Farang) and Micki Summ, which have been created specifically for this project.

Choreography: Doro Eitel
Dancers (revised version): Verena Hehl, Laura Heinecke, Marie Kolinsky, Johanna Wyss
Dancers (original version): Verena Hehl, Flurin Kappenberger,
Marie Kolinsky, Arun Michael Trefz (until March 2011) Christian Dittmann (since April 2011)
Composition: Micki Summ
Stefan Schmidt
Poetry: Björn Klein
Light design: Bernhard Berny Marx,
Peer Oswald

Pictures

Pictures of the performance

Videos

Trailer of "unrestricted exploitation"

Voices from the media

Voices on ,unrestricted exploitation'

Past performances

April 12 & 13, 2010
Concordia-Theater
Bremen
(Schwachhauser Heerstraße 17)
April 22, 23, 24 & 26, 2010
Morat-Institut
Freiburg
(Lörracher Straße 31)
November 6, 2010
Showcase Dance for the 22nd Stuttgart Theater prize
Tollhaus Karlsruhe
December 10, 2010
at the 22nd Stuttgart Theater prize
Theaterhaus Stuttgart
May 26, 2011
Short performance in the course of Tanz!Heilbronn
Theater Heilbronn
October 28 & 29, 2011
Excerpt shown at Internationales Tanztheater XII
Theater Reutlingen
Die Tonne

February 23, 24 & 25, 2012
together with MM-Soundsystem
E-Werk
Freiburg
February 22, 2013
in a revised version for four women at the 100° Festival Berlin
Sophiensaele Berlin
September 12, 13 & 14, 2013
in a revised version for four women
Turley-Areal Mannheim
September 17, 2013
in a revised version for four women at the Festival Alte Wurzeln - Junge Triebe
Theaterlabor Bielefeld

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