If any questions remain from the following information, please feel free to contact Hannah Aldinger at email@example.com or 030 27 89 00 35. Please note that details may change by the day of the event.
General: The performance lasts approximately 45 minutes and uses Serbian spoken and written language. It is suitable for audiences aged from 12 years. Spotlights and projections will be used on stage. The projections show fashion magazine cutouts, as well as an edited image of Jelena Stafanoska, and trees. In one sequence, an orange-yellow pulsating shape is projected as a background image while Jelena Stefanoska dances in front of it. In another scene, a video sequence is projected onto Jelena Stefanoska, which then spreads out onto the floor. In the last scene, the projection shows a poem written by hand in Serbian by Jelena Stefanoska. In the end of the performance there is music that in some moments has a high pitch sound of accordion.
Subtitles: Jelena Stefanoska's poem and story is subtitled in German and English. The subtitles are also accessible via an audio channel accessible with headphones. If you want to listen to the subtitles, you can get the headphones at the bar.
Audio description: For the performance on 17 December, there is an audio description in German spoken language with a preceding tactile tour for blind and visually impaired people. The tactile tour begins at 4.45 pm. The meeting point is at the box office in the Sophiensaele courtyard. Ticket reservations are accepted by Hannah Aldinger at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 030 278900 35. If required, we offer a pick-up service for blind and visually impaired persons from the nearby S-Bahn, U-Bahn and tram stations. These are U-Bahn Weinmeisterstraße, S-Bahn Hackescher Markt or the tram station Weinmeisterstraße/Gipsstraße. An accompany back to the stations is also possible. To make use of the pick-up service, please contact us during our business hours (Monday to Friday between 10 am and 6 pm) at 030 27 89 00 30 or email@example.com.
Audience area: The audience is seated in the dark. The audience area in the grandstand is seated. There are two wheelchair spaces and two beanbag seats, which can be reserved or purchased at the online ticket shop or box office, depending on availability.
How to get there: Due to the Christmas market in Sophienstraße, the Sophiensaele cannot be reached by car on 17 and 18 December.
Early Boarding: 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 entry. 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 on-site announcement will draw your attention to it once again. Our evening staff will be happy to help you find the meeting point.
You can also find more information about accessibility here.