Der Stand der Dinge 12 March 2020
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Yui Kawaguchi MUGEN
An equal team of artists with and without learning disabilities restage three key choreographic works of the 20th century and claim their long overdue place in dance history.
The feminist-satirical late-night show by Anne Haug and Melanie Schmidli! The two fucktresses have brought two bizarre gifts with them: themselves. Cometh and learn!
A new star has been born in Italo-Pop heaven: PARANOIA GODARD - that is the German actor Godehard Giese and the Italian musician and producer Marco Brosolo. As record release of their debut album CONCEZIONE they invite to an antiparanoid concert evening.
In humorously exaggerated amateur and rock star poses Melanie Jame Wolf, joined by Sheena McGrandles and Rodrigo Garcia Alves, critically explores the potency of a popularly shared poetic and its commercial exploitation.
A guided tour about the eventful history of the Sophiensæle from its construction in 1904/05 to the present day.
Kieze Gegen Rechts is about local civil society engagement against right-wing extremism. We invite initiatives and activists who set a good example.
Four deaf performers have joined forces to collectively work on their first piece: A musical!
Müller/Rinnert merge the music of the revue Im Weißen Rösslwith a New York expat-adaptation by Jimmy Berg: A multimedial evening about Jewish-German refugee experience, lost entertainment history and the dazzling (re)discovery of Heimat.
In a performative audio walk, hannsjana explore the East-West dialogue in Berlin's urban space as a border-crossing pack of bears.
30 years after the reunification, Tanja Krone asks her family, teachers and school friends about their everyday life during the time of reunification and takes the answers on stage!
In his dance solo, Léonard Engel precisely and humorously uses a series of deceptive strategies that are doomed to fail and instead put the body at the center of attention.
In a one-hour (physical) introduction before the show, the participants playfully and practically approach the movement material of the upcoming dance piece How to get rid of a body.
Theater, dance, performance and much more – discover performing arts made in Berlin!
Information and offers for people with sensory and physical impairments
Feedback talks after the performance with wine and savory snacks
Regular guided tours through Sophiensæle
Introductions, workshops, seminars and offers for schools
Lectures, discussions, readings, panels, etc.
2019 September 13 14 | 19.00
Ohne Sprache - No Language
Poetic, electric and explosive: the award-winning choreographer Doris Uhlich is back!
Every body has its own dynamics - but how much more possibilities are opened up when wheelchairs, prostheses or crutches are understood and staged as body extensions? Techno beats and the rhythms of an ensemble with various physical disabilities interlock to form an energetic group choreography. "Nasty, ironic, intense." (Leipziger Volkszeitung)
DORIS UHLICH studied pedagogics for contemporary dance. Since 2006, she has realized many award-winning projects. At the Sophiensæle, she showed most recently the performance Ravemachine (2017), for which she and Michael Turinsky received the "award outstanding artist" of the Federal Chancellery of Austria and the Nestroy Prize in the category "Special Prize". Every Body Electric was shown at the Venice Biennale. In the magazine tanz, Uhlich was named "Choreographer of the Year" in 2018.
ChoreograPHY Doris Uhlich DramaturgY Elisabeth Schack Performance Yanel Barbeito Delgado, Adil Embaby, Karin Ofenbeck, Thomas Richter, Vera Rosner Nógel, Katharina Zabransky DJ Boris Kopeinig LiGHT, ROOM Gerald Pappenberger COSTUME Zarah Brandl Feedback Yoshie Maruoka, Theresa Rauter ProduCTion Margot Wehinger, Theresa Rauter Communication, Social Media Jonathan Hörnig International Distribution Something Great,www.somethinggreat.de
A coproduction by Tanzquartier Wien, Schauspiel Leipzig and insert (Theaterverein). Funded by the Cultural Department of the City of Vienna and the Federal Chancellary of Austria. International Distribution by Something Great. Media partner: taz. die tageszeitung