World Premiere of Detroit Dealers
An industrial family tragedy in the age of smoke and fume.
In a visual cross-over of dramatized documentary, theater and music, a story is told about the rise, height and fall of the American car industry and the Dutch Opel dealer Arie Bart.
Equal parts family history and documentary, Detroit Dealers incorporates both a theatrical performance with public debate around the themes of the automobile industry, largescale car use, the environment and our future.
Based in Rotterdam, Wunderbaum is a group of actors who work collectively, together with a designer and a dramaturge, as well as musicians, writers, photographers and film producers. Chameleonic, collaborative and often site-specific, the performances of Wunderbaum take on many shapes resulting in newly discovered theater forms combined with a fresh look at humankind and society.
ADVISORY: Contains strong language, which may not be suitable for all audiences. Late seating is not available for Detroit Dealers. Please allow extra time in your schedule to arrive on time for this general admission, 90-minute performance with bleacher seating. Please note that Detroit Dealers takes place on the 4th floor of the Trust Education Center and restrooms are located on the ground level.