Fuck You Buddy

Welcome to the game!
Choose your characteristics:
1. ”Do unto others as you would have them do unto you”
2. "Do unto others as they do unto you."
3. “Do unto others as you wish, before they do it unto you”

The fusion of “game theory” (a mathematical attempt to pre­dict human behaviour) and the dramaturgical development in computer games in the last decade, is the conceptual and visual frame of this performance for 4 dancers and an interacting video scenography.

With graphics and choreogra­phy inspired by the totalitarian collectivism in games like “Lem­ming’s” to the anarchistic indi­vidualism in “GTA”, “Fuck you Buddy” is a performance for the sake of the game, a game about winning at any cost and about being born inherently selfish.....or?

Dancers: Maxim-Jo Beck Mcgosh, Patricia Seron Pawlik, Rumiko Otsuka and Nassim Meki
Choreographer: Tina Tarpgaard
Software Artists: Ole Kristensen (ole.kristensen.name) and Jonas Jongejan (halfdanj.dk)
Composer and sound design: Pelle Skovmand
Light design: Michael Breiner
Programer: Søren Knud
Costumes: Mette Jehrbo

Duration: 60 min.
Premiere February 22nd, 2010 in Dansehallerne, Copenhagen, Denmark.

For Tour Info see bottom of page


Photos: Søren Meisner / http://rfnt.dk/

Number of tour troupe: 10 people
Number of artists on stage: 4 dancers
Stage dimentions:
width: min. 11 m, depth: min. 11 m , height: min. 7 m

Technical Requirements:
- Possibility to rig two Projectors in ceiling
- A steep audience seating with good view of the stage floor is necessary
- White dance floor 8X8 meters
- PA system of good quality with 4 separate output channels, separate base sub and 2 monitors on stage
- Standard lighting equipment and dimmers
- Playback from Computer
- Complete blackout must be possible in the theatre

For further details please request full technical rider at:
recoil.performance@gmail.com

Tour Budget:
Fee for one performance: 10500 EUR
Two performances or more: 5500 EUR per performance

This price is exclusive of travel, transport of set, per diems and accommodation expences.