Rimini Protokoll is one of the most in-demand set of theater makers in the world. It’s a bold statement to make, but one that we think is worthy. Here’s why:
*They create performance that question the very form of theater.
Here's what some local publications are saying about the past weekend at OtB:
Zach Carstensen posted some more background on how Seattle Chamber Players came to find Heiner Goebbels and why this composer is making important waves in the contemporary art scene:
by Steve Peters
Last night, with so much to look at, listen to, and comprehend, I found myself ebb back and forth between both overwhelming curiosity and peaceful enjoyment. Listening to the music of Heiner Goebbels, performed by Seattle Chamber Players and Pacific Musicworks was a mind whirling treat.
by Kate Ratcliffe
Yesterday morning I got a phone call from my mother. She had received word from Austria that her cousin, a woman I called an aunt, had died. In 1943 my mother was 6 years old. She and the rest of my family had been moved out to the countryside after an Allied bombing of Innsbruck destroyed their apartment building and killed her sister.
Michael Upchurch at the Times has this to say about Heiner Goebbels Songs of Wars I Have Seen:
Yesterday Brendan Kiley began trying to piece together Goebbels and what will be happening onstage this weekend: