(c) Hugo Glendinning

Forced Entertainment
Signal to Noise

  • Performance

Forced Entertainment’s new work, ›Signal to Noise‹, is both playful and unsettling, comical and deadly serious. Six performers navigate a world of constraints, traps, behavioural habits and repeating cycles – language and music in loops, physical action as a delirious mode of escape.

Celebrating 40 years of the company’s experiments and reinventions of theatre language, the show summons a dynamic situation that draws audiences into a compelling encounter with the artists. ›Signal to Noise‹ is an invitation to reflect on our shared contemporary experience, developed through the group’s rigorous and intuitive collaborative process.

Production: Forced Entertainment Coproduktion: Athens Epidaurus Festival, HAU Hebbel Am Ufer (Berlin), Holland Festival (Amsterdam), Künstlerhaus Mousonturm (Frankfurt), PACT Zollverein, (Essen), Theatre Garonne (Toulouse).

Supported within the framework of the Alliance of International Production Houses by the Federal Commissioner for Culture and the Media.