Performance

Even crazy people want to be invited to the party

Tony Rizzi and the Bad Habits

Even crazy people want to be invited to the party

How can we get out of the head and back into the body? The duet deals with the interrelation between loneliness, isolation and fear in a consumer driven society.

Choreographer, dancer, and multi-talented artist Tony Rizzi repeatedly uses moments of everyday life as a source of inspiration in this pieces. Inspired by a quote from his favorite film The Hours, Even crazy people want to be invited to the party is a tribute to the diversity of life.
Drawing on the classical European ideal of equals bound together by the bonds of joy and friendship, as formulated by Friedrich Schiller in his „Ode to Joy“, Rizzi asks how and why things are getting worse and how we best navigate through this chaos. And he counts on dance, dance, dance, on high heels and exuberant shamelessness.

concept, direction, choreography, text, costume, stage: Tony Rizzi
performance, film and sound editor: Alessandro Costagliola
dramaturgy: Tamas Moricz
artistic advice: Irene Klein
music: Antony and the Johnsons, Lena Horne, Saints Saens, Shirley Bassey and the Propellerheads

Duration: 75 Min.
Language: Englisch

a co-production of Künstler*innenhaus Mousonturm, supported by the Kulturamt der Stadt Frankfurt am Main.

Thanks to the class of the Boston Ballet School (1983), Ralf Rosar, ND Baumecker, May Irwin and John C Rice, Yekaterina Seltzer and Vasiliy Tikhomoriv, Vera Karelli, Antony Rizzi.