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          Johannes Müller / Philine Rinnert Reading Salomé

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          Music Theatre

          2015 October 08 09 10 11 | 20.00
          Festsaal

          Suitable for English Speakers

          Opera - as the cradle of horrifying gender images. In their new musical theater project, Johannes Müller and Philine Rinnert take Richard Strauss’ opera Salomé head on with techniques straight out of the drag scene – a genre that understands gender as a melodramatic roll. Lip syncs, elaborate costumes and malicious gossip fuse together into a discourse about the exotic opera and the question of whether it could be a release to be a monster like Strauss’ Salomé.

          WITH Hauke Heumann, Bianca Fox, Shlomi Wagner, Cian McConn CONCEPT Johannes Müller, Philine Rinnert DIRECTION, SPACE, COSTUMES Philine Rinnert CO-DIRECTION Johannes Müller AUDIO DESIGN Lenard Gimpel ANALISIS, ADVICE Werner Hintze CHOREOGRAPHY Ronen Moshe LIGHT Wassan Ali ASSISTANCE DIRECTION Carolin Kister ASSISTANCE MIS-EN-SCÈNE Nadiye Ünsal PHOTOGRAPHY Florian Krauss MANAGEMENT ehrliche arbeit - freies Kulturbüro

          Thanks to Carolyn Abbate, Jackie Baier, Omri Reinhorn, Daniel Heer, Christian Wolf/Richard-Strauss-Institut Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Kathrin Böhnisch/Archive of the Semperoper Dresden

          Aufführungsrechte: Richard Strauss-Salome ©Verlag Fürstner


          Produced by Johannes Müller/Philine Rinnert in co-production with Kampnagel Hamburg and SOPHIENSÆLE. Funded by Hauptstadtkulturfonds and Rudolf Augstein Stiftung. media partner: taz.die tageszeitung

          Johannes Müller / Philine Rinnert develop music theatre hybrids that focus on the past of opera, its effects and techniques, but which are also an archaeology of the present, of entertainment and queer culture. They combine classical music with current discourses and archaeological/pop-cultural artefacts. In their projects performers / dancers / actors / scientists / drag queens work together with classical musicians and singers. For their work Reading Salomé they received the jury prize at the Favoriten Festival 2016. In 2019 they were invited to Impulse Theater Festival with White Limozeen.

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          Fotos: Florian Krauss