“What gradually emerges out of the apparent chaos is an increasingly moving meditation on the nature of self and the unknowability of the past.” —Guardian (UK)
“I live my part too—only I can’t figure out what my part is in this movie,” says Edie Sedgwick in
Andy Warhol’s Kitchen. Now the German/British collective Gob Squad, whose hit Super Night Shot opened the 2007–2008 season, re-creates Warhol’s seldom-seen movie as theater for the Reality TV generation. Simultaneously acted out and screened onstage, Gob Squad’s Kitchen becomes a quest for the original and the authentic, the here and now, and the hidden depths beneath the shiny surfaces of modern life. By fixating on the past, Gob Squad ponders the mystery of our future.