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The performance lasts approx. 60 minutes and uses German spoken and written language. It is suitable for an audience of 12 years and older. In some places it gets a bit louder. On stage, words are written on the wall. The words are "Ausgrabungsstätte Silicon Valley" and "(Nackt)Badestelle". However, the words are not essential for understanding the performance. In one scene, a few lines from an English song are sung. There is an interactive scene in which a performer approaches the audience in a friendly way. A person from the audience is asked to hold and weigh a brain made of Styrofoam.
The audience sits mostly in the dark. During the interactive scene, the lights in the audience turn on. The audience area is seated in the last row. In the rows in front, there are seat cushions on the tiered bleachers. There are two wheelchair seats and two beanbag seats in the front row, which can be reserved or purchased in the online ticket shop or at the box office, depending on availability. Due to the Christmas market in Sophienstraße, the Sophiensaele cannot be accessed by car on 26 and 27 November.If, for artistic reasons, the door to the auditorium does not open until very shortly before the performance begins, there is the option of early boarding. This is early admission for all people (especially those with visible or non-visible disabilities) who want a specific seat or a more relaxed entrance. Early Boarding usually starts 10-20 minutes before the performance starts. The meeting point is next to the bar. Five minutes before Early Boarding begins, an audience announcement will be made on the spot to draw your attention to it. Our evening staff will be happy to help you find the meeting point.
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