Do you want to be famous? Do you want to be a star?
Success. Access. Excess. All of it can be yours.
You were born famous. It’s just that no one knows it yet.
Fashion. Fortune. Freedom. All of it is yours.
You don’t create fame. Fame creates you.
But do you have what it takes?
The trick. The secret. The rule book.
USA bred writer-director, Catherine Duquette, has the secret. In her interactive, one-woman show, Celebrity Bound, she’ll show you how it’s done. Over the course of three nights, blending movement, video, scripted and improvised text, as well as audience interaction, a star will be born. Who will it be? Perhaps YOU are the next hot celebrity.
Watch the trailer here:
In a time dominated by social media, rapid data consumption and curated identities, Berlin-based performer and writer <strong>Catherine Duquette</strong> strives for closeness and connection. She specializes in audience-performer relationships, movement and improvisational scores. Her performances exact moments of heightened awareness and honesty on stage in an effort to dissolve the barriers that shape how we perceive and (dis)connect with the world around us. Her solo work has been supported by MOMENTUM Berlin, English Theatre Berlin | International Performing Arts Center, a Fulbright Fellowship in Spain, the International Festival of the Delphic Games in Greece and the Subterranean Art House in Berkeley, California. Catherine studied theater at Arizona State University and the British American Drama Academy in Oxford, England. She earned her master’s degree in Performance Studies from New York University prior to relocating to Germany. Despite frequent moves, Catherine calls the Sonoran Desert of Arizona home.
- Thurs, October 22, 2015 | 8pmMain Stage
- with 2 additional performances until Oct 24th
Tickets 14 € (8 € students)
Creation & Performance Catherine Duquette | Assistant Director & Isadora Support Ruth Sergel | Dramaturgy Peter von Salis | Video Joseph Campbell | Media & Isadora Design Mark Coniglio | Sound Design Catherine Duquette, Michael Norton