Now playing

Dark Noon

May 11th - June 1st 2019

Revolver at Republique

In a village built on red clay soil with saloon, gold mine, railway and church, seven South African actors playes out a western with cowboys and Indians, gold diggers and deadly gunfights. Along with director Tue Biering, the actors dive into a time when 35 million hungry and poor Europeans fled across the Atlantic to get a second chance, conquer gold and hunt the American dream.

Dark Noon is white facing, lawlessness, The Little House on the Prairie, whores, pickpockets and other good and bad things from the Wild West. Dark Noon is the relationship between the West and Africa turned inside-out and the audience never knows what to expect.

Director Tue Biering
Choreographer and co-directing Nhlanhla Mahlangu
Performers Bongani Bennedict Masango, Joe Young, Lillian Tshabalala, Mandla Gaduka, Siyambonga Alfred Mdubeki, Katlego Kaygee Letsholonyana and Thulani Zwane
Set design Johan Kølkjær
Sound design Ditlev Brinth
Light design Christoffer Gulløv
Prop design  Marie Rosendahl Chemnitz
Props Therese Jensen
Research and assistent Kathrine Fremming
Carpenter Per Christensen og Joakim Rødegaard
Carpenter and props* Frederik Rønholt Bogh
Costumes Camilla Lind
Costumeassistent Lisa Kristensen
Video Rasmus Kreiner
Stage manager Mia-Luise Heide and Rasmus Rahbek
Produktion manager* Jacob Weitze Mylund
PR Anne Bennike
Producer Karoline Holm Michelsen
International producer Annette Max Hansen
Administration Christine Bibaud/Erling Larsen
Chiefdramaturg and kurator at Revolver Rikke Hedeager

Supported by Danish Arts Council, Bikubenfonden and Beckett-Foundation.

Dark Noon is produced in collaboration with Revolver at Republique.

*Intern from The Danish National School of Performing Arts.