2017 October 17 18 19 20 21 | 20.00
Suitable for English Speakers
In the last part of his trilogy Finding Germany Elsewehere, Jochen Roller tackles the phenomenon of the German Indian fetish hobby: Winnetou! A randomly mixed group of women from diverse communities will recount the epic of Karl May anew – de-colonial, queer and feminist! Blutsbrüder rolls out the carpet for an entertaining evening in which ethnic drag cabaret, documentary, techno rave and puppet shadow theater deliver exotic dance rounds.
TANZSCOUT INTRODUCTION | OCTOBER 20 | 6.30 pm | Leitung: Amelie Mallmann
OCTOBER 20 | ARTIST TALK AFTER THE PERFORMANCE
Artistic Direction Jochen Roller PERFORMANCE Latai Funaki Taumoepeau, Ari Hoffmann, Kelly Pineault, Serfiraz Vural EQUIPMENT Sebastian Ellrich ASSISTANCE Gabriela Randig LIGHT Marek Lamprecht DRAMATURGY Friederike Lampert PRESS, PRODUCION björn & björn
A production by Jochen Roller in coproduction with SOPHIENSÆLE. Funded by the Capital Cultural Fund, the Senate Department for Culture and Europe. Supported by the Goethe Institute Montréal. Media partner: taz.die tageszeitung
Photo © Jochen Roller