Davy            van            Gerven


Reclusive provincial Adam prevents the unknown Eve from taking her own life in a pond just in time. He takes her to a vending machine-only restaurant run by his wife, where food, drinks, and even music are ordered at the touch of a button. The townspeople gather here, and the stranger immediately captures the imagination of the men. Eve helps Adam realize his visionary plans to build the fish farming industry, ensuring nothing stands in the way of the long-awaited economic boom.

Like an otherworldly object, a column of automatics unfolds from the canopy. Representing the swamp that is both the city's literal environment and a metaphor for its social structure, the stage is wrapped in fabric. As the play unfolds, the fabric space becomes increasingly entangled in the downfall of the two main characters.

Theater Lubeck

Director Zino Wey
Music Jorg Schellekens
Lights Daniel Thulke
Photography Falk von Traubenberg

Selected projects                   Litanie van een Terugkeer                       The Shell Trial                        Jugend ohne Gott                        Woyzeck                        House of Strength                        Limburgse Horizon                        Fok me Hokje                        Good Game                        Automatenbüfett                        An Archive of Love                        Libi                        Mom:me                        Ein Körper für Jetzt und Heute                        Common Chorale                        Zündels Abgang                        Götterspeise