Tag Archives: German Expressionism

Botendaddy responds to critics of ‘Cold War Spy Story’

Köln Studios: Änhalt Pälätinäte KHS: “Ja, meinerem Güteres Freünderer. Gibt es hier Karl-Heinz Schnellebakker für eignerem Vorstellungsgespräch mit der berühmtener Schreiber, Der Botendaddy.” KHS: “Dolmetschern, bitte?” BD: “Grüße Gött! mengen Geehrter Häär!” KHS: So, some have complained that when you … Continue reading

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The execution of Klaus Ferencz-Pareczenethy by his good friend Hermann Flügmeister von Anstädt: An East German Expressionist Play

A NON-DESCRIPT CAMP NEAR PRAHA, FASCIST-ENTITY OCCUPIED TERRITORIES CZECHOSLOVAKIA NOVEMBER 1941 (Barking of German Shepherds, unintelligible shrieking over a loudspeaker 📢 and the sound of marching boots are heard, barbed wire shadow motif across the stage) The camp is grey and … Continue reading

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Therapeutic Calming Meditation in Frightening Times for My Readers: Weimar Cabaret Expressionist Nihilism

WEIMAR CABARET STAGE BOTENDADDY ENTERS STAGE LEFT [Botendaddy bow 🙇 s low with a wave of his top hat 🎩.] “Damen und Herren, Wilkommen und Gruß Gött, many of my readers are frightened and filled with great angst by events we … Continue reading

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German Expressionist Theatre Presents: A 5.54 Mile Run in Savage Humidity: Botendaddy on Trial for {CENSORED}

[Opens to a stage in a smoke-filled Deutsche film-noir 1920’s style theater.] NARRATOR: [In Weimar-Era top hat and tails] ‘Obviously in every German Expressionist play is the existential-oppositional-nihilist anarchist-deontological-neo-structuralism between Totalitarian Fascism and Extreme Socialism presented in incomprehensible 1920’s dialectic.’ … Continue reading

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Art Review: Professor Donald E. Gordon

Yes, initially Botendaddy did study Fine Arts with a goal of subsequently studying architecture, then urban and regional planning, then I was going to become this brilliant architect. One small problem, while my aesthetic was good, the same ambidextriousness (I made … Continue reading

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