If you thought Michael Fassbender in Shame was out there, the story of Klaus Kinski’s lifelong sexual addiction is a whole other level.
After reading the German actor’s uncensored memoir, All I Need Is Love, Aussie playwright CJ Johnson was transfixed by its shockingly candid account. Kinski And I is Johnson’s reading and response to the memoir, oscillating between the humorous and the disturbing, with echoes of the other controversial figures of our time – Woody Allen and Robert Hughes, to name a couple.
Kinski And I will be showing at the Old 505 Theatre in Surry Hills on Wednesday September 3 and Sunday September 14, as part of the Sydney Fringe Festival. You can grab tickets here for $18.