Feminista, Baby!

based on the SCUM-Manifesto by Valerie Solanas
Costumes Daniela Selig
Music Christiane Rösinger, Andreas Spechtl
Stage lighting Kristina Jedelsky
Dramaturgy Claus Caesar
Premiere
20 October 2017, Kammerspiele
Jürgen Kuttner
Bernd Moss
Markwart Müller-Elmau
Jörg Pose
Christiane RösingerLive music
Andreas SpechtlLive music
Ramin BijanLive music
Marlene BlumertLive camera
Bernadette KnollerLive camera
Christiane Rösinger, Andreas Spechtl, Ramin Bijan
Live music
Exberliner
Daniel Mufson, 25.11.2017
It would be hard to find a better moment to stage an adaptation of the radical feminist SCUM Manifesto by Valerie Solanas, whose anti-male diatribe became famous after she shot Andy Warhol in 1968. Directors Tom Kühnel and Jürgen Kuttner made the questionable decision, however, to cast three men as the central performers, reciting excerpts of the manifesto in Marilyn Monroe drag costumes. What saves the evening is that the men at least recite the lines in earnest. It would be hard to find a better moment to stage an adaptation of the radical feminist SCUM Manifesto by Valerie Solanas, whose anti-male diatribe became famous after she shot Andy Warhol in 1968. Directors Tom Kühnel and Jürgen Kuttner made the questionable decision, however, to cast three men as the central performers, reciting excerpts of the manifesto in Marilyn Monroe drag costumes. What saves the evening is that the men at least recite the lines in earnest.

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