PINK MONEY by Antje Schupp, Kieron Jina, Mbali Mdluli and Annalyzer

©Ugo Woatzi

8th of December 2017 at Uncle Tom's Soweto / 2nd show: 9th of December 2017

9th, 10th, 11th and 13th of January 2018 at Kaserne Basel

25th, 26th and 27th of January, at PATHOS München

"Crossroads Festival Pro Helvetia & DEZA": 8th of February 2018 at Antigel Festival Geneva and 10th of February 2018 at Kaserne Basel

Performance: Antje Schupp, Kieron Jina, Mbali Mdluli, Anelisa Stuurman
Concept: Antje Schupp
Concept Contributors: Annalyzer, Djana Covic, Kieron Jina, Mbali Mdluli, Nico de Rooij
Performing Vocalist: Anelisa Stuurman aka Annalyzer
Visuals & DJ: Mbali Mdluli aka Miz Buttons
Choreography: Kieron Jina
Scenography and Visual Dramaturgy: Djana Covic & Nico de Rooij
Costume Design: Marie Fricout, Sithembiso Mngadi
Oeil Extérieur: Johanna-Yasirra Kluhs
Production Management: Bernhard la Dous (produktionsDOCK), Thabiso Pule (Creative Tree)

PINK MON€Y is about pink money. PINK MON€Y is queer. PINK MON€Y is international. "pink money" is the currency, which buys you tolerance, assumed, that you can pay for it. pink money encourages black and white thinking. PINK MON€Y abandons it. PINK MON€Y doesn't like lables, but rather celebrates our differences. PINK MON€Y is performance, party and protest in one. Bring your (pink) money!

PINK MON€Y is an international collaboration of artists Antje Schupp (BS), Kieron Jina (ZA), Mbali Mdluli (ZA) and Annalyzer (ZA). "pink money" describes the purchasing power of the LGBTI+ community, especially one that relates to tourism. Who spends this money and who gets it - at what cost? will be content of PINK MON€Y.

a born2perform production in coproduction with Kaserne Basel, PATHOS Munich and Netzwerk Freier Theater
in collaboration with University of Johannesburg Arts & Culture, City of Johannesburg, Soweto Dance Project and Studio SIDF. with the generous support of Fachausschuss Tanz&Theater BS/BL, SüdKulturFonds, Fondation Nestlé pour l'Art and Jacqueline Spengler Stiftung.

PINK MON€Y Trailer from Antje Schupp on Vimeo.