Tucké Royale + Kaey Aufbruch, Abbruch, Umbruch

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September 04 | 19.30 Open Air Salon
Freilichtbühne Weißensee | 15/10 EURO | Tickets über Freilichtbühne Weissensee

We are opening our season at the lake: The two greats of the Berlin queer scene will show their musical-literary success at the Open Air Theatre Weißensee!

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Henrike Iglesias Under Pressure
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September 10 11 12 13 | 20.00 Performance
Festsaal | 15/10 EURO

In a brilliant, interactive gameshow, the collective devotes itself to the pressure to perform, which is omnipresent in our turbo-capitalist society.

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Henrike Iglesias Livestream: Under Pressure
September 10 11 12 13 | 20.00 Livestream
Online | 10/7 EURO

Livestream: In a brilliant, interactive gameshow, the collective devotes itself to the pressure to perform, which is omnipresent in our turbo-capitalist society.

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hannsjana Anstattführung
September 11 | 17.00
September 12 13 | 15.00
Audio Walk
Stadtführung / Start im Hof - Ende U-Bhf. Gesundbrunnen | 15/10 EURO

In a performative audio walk, hannsjana explore the East-West dialogue in Berlin's urban space as a border-crossing pack of bears.

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matthaei & konsorten DIE SUMPFGEBORENE
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September 15 16 17 18 19 20 Site-specific
im Stadtraum | Free Entrance

In September, matthaei & konsorten launch their new work Die Sumpfgeborene (The Swamp-Born) with wondrous actions in the city, before finally premiering in November.

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Rike Flämig / Anna Hentschel / Zwoisy Mears-Clarke POSTOST 2O9O
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September 24 25 26 | 20.00
September 26 | 16.00
Festsaal | 15/10 EURO

An ossifuturist retrospective that looks at feminist utopias of the women's and civil rights movement of 1989/9O and their visionary potential from an intersectional perspective.

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Peggy Piesche Labor 89
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September 29 | 19.00 Reading + Livestream
Festsaal + Online | 5 EURO | Online kostenfrei

Peggy Piesche invites you to a reading from her publication Labor 89, which deals with intersectional perspectives on the era of German-German reunification.

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          Every Step You Take Paula Rosolen Aerobics! - Ein Ballett in 3 Akten


          2015 October 01 02 03 04 | 19.30

          Suitable for Non-German Speakers

          Aerobics! A ballet in 3 acts, a piece for 7 dancers, develops a new perspective on aerobics, a a sport and physical training practice that conquered the world in the 1980s. During the three-acts structure, dancers investigate the relationship of dance, choreography and aerobics from its aesthetics and coordinated movements. The piece develops a precise study and reinterpretation of the subsurface structure of this fitness practice. The aerobic movement vocabulary is brought in an unusual structural and spatial relationship, disassembled and put back together. It will be treated as dance material for choreography, applying a dramaturgical line and content for the development of movements and changes of rhythm.

          CONCEPT, CHOREOGRAPHY Paula Rosolen DEVELOPED WITH AND DANCED BY Jungyun Bae, Teresa Forstreuter/Sanna Lundström, Gabriela Gobbi, Christopher Matthews, Marko Milic, Sabine Prokop, Paula Rosolen LIGHT DESIGN, TECHNICAL DIRECTION Tanja Rühl COSTUMES Juan M. Morales, Anika Alischewski, Takako SendaARTISTIC ADVICE Juan M. Morales DRAMATURGICAL ADVICE Anna Wagner, Marcus Droß  CHOREOGRAPHICAL ASSISTANCE Christopher Matthews  Assistance Research David Morrow TRAINER Berchy da Silva, Henrik Goehle MANAGEMENT Jana Lüthje (M.i.C.A. – Movement in Contemporary Art), Haptic Hide  PR Kathrin Schäfer KulturPR

          A production by Paula Rosolen / Haptic Hide and M.i.C.A in co-production with Théâtre de la Ville Paris, Musée de la Danse/Centre chorégraphique national Renne and Bretagne, Künstlerhaus Mousonturm and SOPHIENSÆLE. Funded by Hauptstadtkulturfonds, FondsTransfabrik – Deutsch-französischer Fonds für darstellende Künste, Kulturamt Frankfurt am Main and Hessisches Ministerium für Kunst und Medien. Awarded with the first prize in the competition „Danse Élargie“ organisized by Thêatre de la Ville Paris and Musée de la Danse Rennes in June 2014. Special thanks to: Miriam Würtz, David Morrow, Jeff Friedman


          Foto © Laurent Philipp