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Face On The Bus

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Embark on the journey into the quirky, funny & confusing world of „Face On The Bus“.

Our minds are cabriolets,
We say what we wanna say.

We are rich and
We are sad.

In Konstantin Schreiber’s show called „Face On The Bus“, live music, theatre sketches, comedy, and lectures intertwine effortlessly.
The music of „Lovely Lad“ takes centre stage, and is brought to life by a charming seven-piece band:

  • Magdalena Spinka (Vocals & Keys)
  • Yanna Notterman  (Vocals & Keys)
  • Duccio Falchi (Guitar)
  • Mathilde van der Meij (Saxophone)
  • Emile Hillen (Bass Guitar & Synth)
  • Vos van der Noordt (Drums)
  • Konstantin Schreiber (Vocalist)

Through a series of intertwined storylines, the performance explores the concepts of success, empathy, and hidden insecurities we often mask to fit societal norms. 

Artist statement

I like to walk on the tightrope, connecting pure entertainment and spreading a message. With kindness, playfulness, and a healthy dose of self-doubt, I walk through the strange sometimes absurd experience of life which I process in my art.


I want to tell create worlds and tell stories.
I believe in the power of art to communicate on a sensory, somatic level instead of an intellectual one. But at the same, I do not want to manipulate what people feel. I hope for the audience to think along and make my work their own. Then the art lives on.
I want to continue connecting disciplines and people to create collectively.

Learned during the studies

To trust the process.
To not create and analyse at the same time.
And to know that there is only one of my kind.

How to embody my music

Through my artistic research, I explored different approaches to embody my music.
I explore questions like: What movements do I like? What movements fit my music? How do I create a choreography? And How do dance and music work simultaneously on stage?