Common Revilings - Teaser
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Mandie O’Connell 0176 353 7891
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LA MISSION & KNUCKLE CARTEL PRESENT:
BERLIN, GERMANY. On March 29th and 30th, La Mission & Knuckle Cartel will present the second performance in their kunst/WORK series. (performance/ART) 002: Common Revilings is an experimental theater/dance performance that is based on (performance/ART) 001: A non-Aristotelian Drama in Five Parts (February, 2013) and La Mission’s second EP “The Good Ship” (official release pending). The performance is an irrepressible testimony on collective and individual identity, the valid and necessary pursuit of Utopia, and the wonders and perils of the human condition. This work is a sonic, visual, and sensational milkshake that will, without a doubt, bring both the boys and the girls to the yard (thank you Kelis and The United Dairy Farmers of America). The performance will be introduced with a lecture from La Mission’s chief demagogue Luis-Manuel Garcia, PhD titled "Utopianism in Dance Music since Disco: A Very Short History".
Location: Import Projects, Keithstrasse 10, Berlin (Wittenbergplatz)
Date: March 29th and 30th
March 29th - reception and mini-fundraiser (food and drink by donation) 20.00, lecture and performance 21.00
March 30th - lecture and performance 20.00, post-show celebration 21.00
Price: suggested donation 5 - 15 Euro
***nobody will be turned away for lack of funds***
e-mail us @ firstname.lastname@example.org
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About La Mission
La Mission, based in Berlin, Germany, is a conceptual record label. Founded by intelligent, pleasure-seeking freaks in 2012, La Mission writes and releases music, creates experimental performances, and publishes scholarly writing that is both poop-your-pants funny and deadly serious. La Mission is a cult that anyone can join. Even you. We are La Mission. Oh Honey, please don’t give your heart to a world system based on exploitation of the luckless, give your heart to US.
About Knuckle Cartel
Theater is boring. Fuck it. Knuckle Cartel makes experimental performance. Knuckle Cartel’s work treads on the boundaries between dance, performance art, installation, and theater. Theater is slowly dying, but Knuckle Cartel is not yet dead. Working with and for collaborators in interesting and complex spaces allows us to draw our dying breaths with integrity. Knuckle Cartel is the undead dame, the bloodthirsty mistress, the unsteady lover, the crying divorcee, and the empty bed. Knuckle Cartel is the thing that weird, quiet, kinda creepy neighbor kid grew up to be. Still scared and still very, very alone.