Bisjetzt – solo! A piece of Alfred Dorfer
The title can already be hinted at: In the satirical one-man theater “bisjetzt – solo” Dorfer looks back at his “best years”. With precise body language and cryptic language, he owns philosophistical puns.
Alfred Dorfer combines and contrasts dark humor clippings and debris from his beginnings, including his work with Josef Hader in “Freizeitmesse” (“Leisure fair”) and “Indien” (“India”) to the award-winning ‘Fremd’ (‘Foreign’) and composes them in liquid dramaturgy skillfully with neat irony with the addition of his own fictional biography.
His show ‘Bisjetzt – solo’ is therefore not a commercial “best of,” but, as is his usual, a separate piece of fully cheerful nihilism. It is the single-minded search for traces of a passionate mastermind, demander, and wordsmith, a symphonic of thought that leads to stimulate thinking. In short: a retrospective of Dorfer, the Süddeutsche Zeitung wrote: “He is the diversified gifted among his German colleagues.”
The show is in German.