Tuning People celebrates its 10th anniversary and 100 years of Dadaism with DadaKaka.
DaDaKaKa is a runaway cabaret for children (and their parents and grandparents and friends of their parents and grandparents). Different acts permeated with wild creativity follow one another. DaDaKaKa is a combination of angular dance, broken piano music, wacky and images and crazy texts. DaDaKaKa is a performance about what is allowed and what isn't. The world is full of rules, yet in this performance there are none: a painting can sing and letters can dance.
DaDa = Dadaism*, but shorter
DaDa = one's father
DaDa = toddler talk
CaCa= something else
CaCa = something someone makes
DaDaKaka = something other than Dadaism
DaDaKaka = 2xD, 2xK and 4xA
DaDaKaka = something someone makes that someone else likes
(*) Dadaism opposed the "civilized" world by creating nutty, unconventional, often funny art. DaDaKaka is a contemporary version of Dadaist cabarets from 1916.
acting, dancing, music: Wannes Deneer, Jef Van Gestel, Karolien Verlinden, Wim Muyllaert I end director: Randi Devlieghe I costumes: Maartje Van Bourgognie I light design & technician: Sander Salden I stage photography: Clara Hermans I production manager: Pauline Jocqué I management support : Small Resistance I. distribution: Vincent Company I production: Tuning People I coproduction: TAKT Dommelhof Neerpelt, P2 / CC Hasselt & Theater aan het Vrijthof Maastricht within the project Inter-Limburg Grants, Villanella I in collaboration with: Froefroe I with support of: the Flemish Community (BE)
More information and performance dates on www.tuningpeople.be