“This is an evocative show that makes its audience pause and think about what scares them. Brand’s curiosity is infectious, and the rhythms of the production, its juxtaposition of the fantastical with the real, makes it easy to relate to. As a whole it makes for a beautiful portrait of human consciousness.”
4 Stars, Diana Damian, Exeunt Magazine (full review here)
Keine Angst is an exploration of fear as one of the most fundamental of human emotions, a primal survival mechanism, and the hardest thing to defy. It is a piece about what it feels like and what it means to be afraid, about sensible fears and illogical anxieties. About what fear smells like, about fear as galvanising and as debilitating, about whether it is ever really good to be scared and, most importantly, about how to be brave.
Keine Angst was developed with the support of Camden People’s Theatre. It toured the UK in 2011-12, and was more recently presented in German as part of an interdisciplinary symposium on fear at Hessisches Landestheater Marburg, Germany.