presented by PLAY2C (Berlin)
Lives in transition in the contained and suspended world of an airport setting
More than a dozen characters are weaving their way into each other over the course of a series of meaningful departures, layovers or arrivals. In these slices of destiny we travel from suspicion to attraction, fear to trust, alienation to connection and stress to love.
The One Act Plays:
Where I Come From by Daniel Reitz : En route young Shay finds herself confronted with the hard facts of her destination by the radical demonstration of a fellow traveller. Image
Storks by Catherine Filloux : An unnerved grandmother finds an unexpected communion with her estranged granddaughter in the course of a layover.
Haere Mai Ki Aotearoa by Julie McKee : Expat New Yorker Fiona returns to her native New Zealand and rather faces the audience than her family waiting outside the gate.
Terminal Connection by Ari Roth (Directed by Peter Romero) : Two arrivals strive to continue an intimate inflight moment at the terminal where they part after finding new direction in a bittersweet meeting.
The Airport Play by Alexandra Gersten-Vassilaros : a distressed woman finds enlightenment in the form of a mercilessly nosy stranger who helps to mend two broken hearts, his and hers.
The Flight of the Last Calhoon by Quincy Long : Gosts of the past are challenged and transformed by a desperate passenger with the help of two very curious security personnel.
The chorus figure of a grounded Air Captain joins all six plays.
- Wed, September 14, 2011 | 8pmMain Stage
with 4 additional performances until Sept 18, 2011
with Peter Romero, Attila Oener, Christine Utterberg, Ingrid Fraley, Summer Banks, Ali von Stein, Pedro Malacas, Louise Watts, Glenn Conroy, Lacey Haynes, Angus McGruther, Carrie Getman, David Masterson
Directed by Ali von Stein
Set: Garth Gregory and Katrina James (set imagery)
Light Design: Nunia Perez Sanchez
Light technician: Lea Jamilloux
Original music, all arrangements and sound design by Neven Dayvid and Thomas Tichai
Production: Krisana Locke