Worked with Lasenkan Theatre in Japan and toured 13 countries.
Came to Germany through an invitation from “Ton und Kirschen Wandertheater”, with whom she worked from 1999 to 2003.
In 2004, co-founded “Theater Nadi” with Steffen Findeisen in Potsdam.
Since 2012, she is active as a “Clinic-Clown” in hospitals, medical institutions, and care-homes in the state of Brandenburg.
She is co-founder of the “Lachen hilft e.V.” association (formerly “Potsdamer Klinikclowns e.V.”).
The new production by Theater Nadi is based on the classic of world literature "Robinson Crusoe" by Daniel Defoe. Three female clowns are shipwrecked and stranded on a polluted island. Here they are confronted with the question: What do we really need to survive? Under the condition of enforced solitude, it soon becomes apparent that "survival" does not necessarily mean solidarity. In this "Robinsonade", the three stranded clowns try to cope with everyday life on a secluded island with a lot of ingenuity and imagination, always freely following the motto: "We can't change the wind, but we can set the sails differently."
Concept Theater NADI & Kenneth George / Director Joanna Bassi / Assistant director Lea Hoffmann / Performers Angela Hopkins, Carine Limbosch, Noriko Seki / Set design Magdalena Weber / Costumes Heather MacCrimmon Soundscape Matthias Peter Photos Stefan Gloede
about 55 minutes
In cooperation with
remise - Werkstatt für Clownforschung
- 17 September 2021 // 20:00 - T-Werk, Potsdam
- 18 September 2021 // 20:00 - T-Werk, Potsdam
- 28 November 2021 // 16:00 - Lindenpark, Potsdam
Ministry of Science, Research and Culture Land Brandenburg and City of Potsdam
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