A DIY PERFORMANCE ABOUT SEX
In this queer and quirky performance, troublemakers and performance artists Andreas Constantinou and Annika B. Lewis shamelessly address the taboos and desires, the power and
social grip that sex has over us all.
Wearing anything from, well… nothing to rabbit-, bear- and cuddly sex monster costumes, they take you on a wild ride through their own histories of sexuality; a living archive in a simple do-it-yourself style, that encourages you to take back the power over your body and sexuality.
Because sex sells. Sex rules.
It’s our modern-day battlefield!
Let’s regain territory!
Let’s talk about sex!
The show is performed in English
Kassandra Production is an artist-driven platform for contemporary performing arts, in the intersection of dance, theater, artivism and performance art.
Kassandra Production works with a distinctive and uncompromising expression, characterized by challenging the concept of theater with untraditional and frontier-seeking productions.
Kassandra Production explores new performative spaces and have in addition to traditional theater venues, presented works in caravans, private apartments, trade fairs, abandoned factories, shops, in cars, in the media and on and with the Internet.
Kassandra Production works nationally and internationally and have over the years has toured, performed and cocreated projects in Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Portugal, Germany, Italy, Latvia, Russia, Belgium, Finland, Greece and in the US.
With and by performance artists: Annika B. Lewis and Andreas Constantinou
Set, props and costumes: Åsa Lieberath and Jeppe Cohrt
Light design, tech and construction: Jeppe Cohrt
Dramaturgy: Anne Hübertz Brekne
Production management: Annika B. Lewis
Stage hand: Olivia Grenaa Petersen
Special guest appearance: Jakub Wieczorek
Videos: Andreas Constantinou
Photos: Åsa Lieberath, Andreas Constantinou, Anne Hübertz Brekne
PR and communication: Jakob D. A. Nicolaisen / J-DAN Kommunikation
Layout: Helge Dürrfeld
Kassandra Production in collaboration with
Bora Bora – dance and visual theatre
The Genderhouse Festival
The Danish Arts Council
The City of Aarhus
Sponsored by Lust.dk